An interestingparallel between birds songs and wine: “What makes the catbird special is that he, like his other feathered brethren, have carved out a distinct identity on the local airwaves. Oh how boring it would be if all birds sounded alike, but industrialized food and wine have reached a just […]
One of the world’s most renowned producers explained it so well. It’s like he’s talking about us 🙂 “natural wine is a combination of healthy grapes (…) the grapes are not treated at all, which goes beyond biodynamic or organic farming, and afterwards – not using any corrections (in the […]
What a fantastic day at East End Cellars’ wine tasting! Wonderful hosts, perfect weather, youthful and enthusiastic crowd. Stan met with other like-minded winemakers and everybody praised our wines. Great to see that natural wines are gaining more and more followers!
Check your wine label. It won’t list any of these chemicals, which might be swimming around in your wineglass: ammonium phosphate, diammonium phosphate, Benzoic acid, Carbohydrase (alpha-amylase, beta-amylase, glucoamylase, amyglucosidase), copper sulfate, potassium permanganate, sulfuric acid, defoaming agents like polyoxyethylene 40 monostearate, silicon dioxide, dimethylpolysiloxane, sorbitanmonostearate, glycerol mono-oleate and glyceryl […]
It’s official: Natural wines are entering mainstream consciousness in Japan. (…) Japanese consumers began developing a taste for natural wines in the 1990s, and Japan has become one of the world’s largest markets. Some industry professionals suggest that natural wine’s associations with health are driving the trend, while others say that […]