A natural wine is a wine that allows the grapes to express themselves without adding things during fermentation and aging. Wait, winemakers add things to a wine? Yes, quite a bit! The Messenger Online, 24 September 2013. Read more
The absence of sulfites – or sulfur dioxide (SO2) – is a determining criterion to belong to the natural wine club. Without the antiseptic and antioxidant effects of the SO2, wine is unstable and can start fermenting again. It must be preserved below 14 degrees at all times. Once it […]
The health benefits of drinking wine have long been argued and now new research suggests a glass of red may be even more better for you than first thought. A team of international researchers, including from Adelaide University, have discovered at least 23 new special molecules contained in red wine that […]
“I long ago decided that “no-tech” wines taste better. And, I now believe, so do no-sulfite wines. Humans created a lot of great wine before our technical era, so, clearly, it’s doable. Yet, so prevalent are the industrial techniques, even at very small wineries that very few visitors to our tasting […]
The newly established Grass Management Team at Mill About Vineyard: Holy, Moly, Doly and Poly, and their supervisors Ali and Paco.