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The scandal of wine labeling

We’ve long argued that winemaking should be honest – no hidden processes, no hidden additives. Put it all on the label, and let the wine customers make an informed decision! As the author of this article comments, “… no wine producer is required to list any of the 250 or more potential […]

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Wine quotes

Do you know a great wine quote and wish to share it? “I drink (wine) when I’m happy and when I’m sad. Sometimes I drink it when I’m alone. When I have company I consider it obligatory. I trifle with it if I’m not hungry and drink it when I am. […]


Something Good – Mill About Vineyard

Stan was recently interviewed by Daniel Honan – a wine writer, blogger and organiser of the Newcastle artisan wine festival “What is in your glass” We’re delighted to have been featured in this article in The Wine Idealist blog.  

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“Natural” vs “Modern” winemaking war is getting boring!

As a natural wine producer, I’d be interested to know more about this author’s experiences of natural wines. Maybe he can provide a list of the natural wines he tasted and disliked so intensely? Maybe he can assure us that he’s never tasted “modern” wines that exhibited those characteristics: “oxidized, brown and taste like the […]


At last a balanced and objective view

One rarely reads an article on the natural wine movement that isn’t one-sided. Most importantly, the author calls for truce between the “Mainstream Mob” and the “Natural Posse”. Here’s the article, When Did Wine Become So Partisan?