In praise of all that’s natural
Natural Wine makers are gaining new followers with authentic flavours and minimum intervention
One of the greatest divides in wine culture is whether you choose to call your wine after the grape from which it is made, which the New World tends to favour, or to call the wine after the specific place where the grape is planted, which the Old World European wine nations tend to favour.
This goes to the heart of one of the most controversial arguments in wine. The concept of calling the wine...
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