Monthly Archives: October 2010

Poll: Ever Tasted a Natural Wine?

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Plenty of Natural Wines @ Heart

Wine tasting tonight was at Heart, in the Mission District, SF. Really nice joint. Modern but casual. Check out the pictures on their website: they are representative of the place!     De Moor, Bourgogne Chitry, Chard., 2007 (white) very … Continue reading

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Disappointing Night @ Amelie

RDV in Embarcadero quarters tonight. We were excited to try Amelie, this French-staffed joint, but we were disappointed by a bunch of details.     We got our tastings in small and clunky table glasses, certainly not made for tasting, … Continue reading

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The Official Fourteen Point Manifesto on Natural Wine by Joe Dressner

Joe Dressner, a natural wine importer, wrote a nice piece a few weeks ago about natural wine. 1. Hold your wallet tight when someone tells you they love “Natural Wine.” All of a sudden it is popular to say you … Continue reading

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What is Natural Wine?

This is obviously a crucial question for us, so we looked for answers everywhere. We found out that there is no simple definition of what natural wine is, but there are several elements which we keep on reading or hearing … Continue reading

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Landed in San Francisco!

Two brothers meeting on the West Coast. Hello bro! Hello San Francisco! I came directly (well, after 3 flights) from Montreal. Matt came from Kiev, Ukraine. We met in town at the International Hostel in Tenderloin, San Francisco. There! The … Continue reading

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