Biodynamic farming practices produce wines with distinct terroir at Jack Rabbit Hill Farm in the high desert of Colorado

When we shoot these episodes, we embed ourselves with the people we are covering for five days. I schedule two travel days and three intense roughly 12-hour shoot days. Typically, we rent a house and meet up with our sources first thing each morning, but in the high desert of Colorado, where Jack Rabbit Hill Farm is located, there aren’t any houses to rent or any hotels, for that matter.

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Catherine Neville
Foraging for wild licorice root in the aspen forests for CapRock Biodynamic Colorado Bitter

The licorice root that flavors Peak Spirits’ Caprock Bitter, an amaro-style vermouth, can only be found growing wild in the aspen forests in the mountains that surround Jack Rabbit Hill Farm. We drove to a thick forest of aspens at a 9,000-foot elevation to forage for the pungent roots with Robert, an extreme skier, photographer and former professional forager.

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Catherine Neville