Episode 88 Isabelle Legeron at the Raw Wine fair

November 14, 2017

One hundred artisans, six hundred wines, two days, one RAW Wine Fair. Created and organized by Isabelle Legeron MW, the RAW Wine Fair is a totally independent wine fair celebrating some of the best wine talent in the world; all focused on natural, organic, and biodynamic wines with low intervention in the cellar. Isabelle joins HRN Julia Child Fellow Jordan Werner in a quiet corner of the fair—held November 5 & 6 at 99 Scott in Bushwick, Brooklyn—to talk about the natural wine movement, transparency, and the importance of storytelling.

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