Category Archives: natural wine

Screening in Los Angeles

Here comes the second screening of the film, and it will happen downtown Los Angeles! Lots of people on twitter, by email, and in person, have asked me when the film would find its way to South California, so this … Continue reading

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Earth Day Every Day with Natural Wine

Today, on Earth day, my statement is simple: by drinking natural wine, I support sustainable and organic farming methods in the vineyards. Easy. And tasty!

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A visit to Alice Feiring

At the beginning of April, I flew to NYC to meet the most famous natural wine writer in the world: Alice Feiring. She wrote the book most of us read as our first book on the topic of natural wine: … Continue reading

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How Wine Became modern @ SF MOMA

Last week I went to see the “How Wine Became modern” exhibition @ SF MOMA. Nothing exceptional, but certainly interesting. The Stuff The most relevant section for me, in the context of my documentary about natural wine, was the collection … Continue reading

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Tasting @ Punchdown Natural Wine Bar

Last night was a successful Tuesday Tasty Tasting (TTT) in Oakland for me and a few other natural wine twitterers, organized by David (@100aocs). We all gathered around a few tables at The Punchdown, a natural wine bar in Oakland which … Continue reading

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Natural winemakers: empirical and avant-gardist

I’ve been reading about and exploring natural wine for about half a year now. With modesty, I can say that I know the spiel by now. Today I read an article from Shea Coulson which resonated with me. The kind of article … Continue reading

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Legal additives to wine according to the TTB

A key point in natural wine is to avoid adding stuff to the wine during the process of making it. Many winemakers told me that they did not add anything to their wine. In other words, if they had an … Continue reading

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