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French wine ‘has Italian origins’

The history of wine development is a patchy one, principally because wine leaves behind few chemical markers that archaeologists today can ascribe definitively to wine, rather than other agricultural products. Read more BBC News, 3 June 2013


A Guide To The Most Eco-Friendly Wine

In a world full of ecological problems and concerns, it’s heartening to know that even the least important of the decisions that we make in life can make a real difference. Here is a guide to the most eco-friendly wine, applicable the very next time that you decide to source […]


The Nature of Natural Wine

It is difficult to utter the words natural wine without sparking a heated debate. The term polarizes people. The definition conjures confusion. Consumers seem destined to either love or hate it. Read more Slow Food, 20 May 2013


When to decant a bottle of wine

One of the oft-asked questions is: Should all wines be decanted? (…) Natural wines and biodynamic wines, whatever their age, are candidates for decanting. This is because natural-wine producers believe that the more they intervene in the winemaking process, the more tastes in a wine are removed. Read more AsiaOne News, 20 […]