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Natural Wine : Should it taste like that? Cloudy, funky, even sour—naturally made wine can sometimes be a shock to the first-time drinker. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Although the real-deal, purest natural wines are made without adding or removing anything in the cellar, few vineyards are that fussy (to be so is to be in danger of losing an entire year’s crop). The big difference is sulfites. These don’t just preserve your wine—they also determine a lot of the character that many drinkers think of as the taste of wine. Hence why natural wines can sometimes taste...

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Education has always been the core belief system for us. To really understand Natural wines, you need to be able to understand the differences between conventional and un-conventional wine making as well as the difference in the farming practices undertaken by farmers. We had the pleasure to host a small master class over this weekend with the intent of providing knowledge to participants about the distinct personality of Natural Wines and encouraging them to be able to trust their own senses when it comes to figuring out whether the wine is truly the expression of terroir or just grape juice on autopilot....

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This is an awesome article from Vinepair.com (Original post link below). We are pro-native yeasts but at the end of the day wine making is also a business and we all have bills to pay; How do natural winemakers strike the balance...We had to share this article. Full credit to Vinepair.com for sharing their thoughts on this with the world : It’s one of the most divisive areas in winemaking. Fermentation, by either wild or industrial yeasts, has become synonymous with the battle between all that is natural, and the convenience and consistency of man-made machination. If natural wine risks...

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We strongly believe being vegetarian is easier if you have the right type of wine to go along with it . Living in thailand we are blessed to have easy access to fresh produce at reasonable prices and even when it comes to dining out, we are spoilt with many options available to us, you just have to know where to go! Why are people drawn to vegetarianism? Some just want to live longer, healthier lives. Others have made the switch to preserve Earth’'s natural resources or from a love of animals and an ethical opposition to eating them. Thanks...

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Seldomly in the wine industry do we ever explore beyond taste, smell and sight in relation to how the grape in the glass shifts our energies; But what about elements beyond the glass. Have you ever heard a song that affects your mood or a work of art or sculpture that stirs up emotions? How do these sensorial components work with what is in the glass? Civilization and its current state of affairs has numbed these senses and we aren’t in touch with our raw instincts. There is so much coming at us from all directions that we forget to...

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