If you want a synopsis of the current state of play in the reception of natural wine you could do worse than Oliver Styles’ recent
Intense but brutal, fierce with a hint of hostility. To the simple aromas of apricot, orange zest, and apple cider, the palate adds a blast
We have now jumped the shark, I think, with this idea that wine should make itself. We’ve graduated from minimalist winemaking to minimalist wine growing.
In VinePair, Jamie Goode makes a compelling case for the claim that natural winemaking has had such an influence on conventional winemaking that it no
In general, it’s complicated to mix aesthetics and ethics. Some great works of art were created by assholes and worse. Caravaggio was a murderer. Gaugin
The debate over natural wines is frustrating. Most people who condemn them seem not to have a clue about how they are made or what