This interview is with Anthony Sereni of Flâneur Wines. In this interview, Anthony speaks about his experience in wine, an industry he found his passion for while rollerblading. He tells us how he made a friend who was both a skateboarder and a winemaker – he was the one who helped introduce Anthony to the wonderful world of wine. Anthony goes on to talk about his work in New Zealand, at Archery Summit, and at OSU. He also recounts jobs as a cellar hand, a laboratory intern, and working harvests. Later, Anthony describes his role as assistant winemaker at Flâneur Wines and shares his thoughts on Oregon’s wine community.
This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt at Flâneur Wines in Carlton on June 29, 2022.
This interview is with Marty Doerschlag of Flaneur Wines. In this interview, Marty talks about how he got into wine, what he was doing before he became interested in wine, and why he chose Oregon and Pinot Noir. He goes on to describe how he chose the locations he works with, what it was like starting his own label, and what he hopes people take away from Flaneur wines. Towards the end of the interview, Marty touches on his role/jobs, what Flaneur’s philosophy is, where he sees Flaneur heading, as well as where the Oregon Wine Industry will be in the future.
This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt at Flaneur Wines on March 9, 2020.
This interview is with Russell Lichtenthal of Flâneur Wines. In this interview, Russell talks about how he got into wine after working in culinary for some time. He speaks about the various experiences that led him to Oregon, his various experiences abroad, and how he found Flâneur, his role within the label. Towards the end of the interview, Russell touches on his initial thoughts of the Oregon Wine Industry, changes he’s seen since he first entered, the future for Flâneur, and himself. To conclude, he reflects on the role of wine within society.
This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt at Flâneur Wines on March 2, 2020.
This interview is with Grant Coulter, of Flâneur Wines and Hundred Suns Wine. In this interview, Grant talks about how he chose wine after being interested in farming and agriculture. He then speaks about his education at Fresno State, the various locations that he worked in, and how he eventually found Oregon through various tastings in California. Grant then goes on to discuss his experience with Beaux Freres how he started Hundred Suns, and his current job at Flâneur Wines. Towards the end of the interview, he shares his winemaking philosophy, his early impressions of the Oregon Wine industry, future concerns, as well as the future for his career and the Oregon Wine Industry at large.
This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt at the Nicholson Library at Linfield College on July 8, 2019.