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Hello and welcome back. This month’s selection is full of exciting, young talents - in fact the grower-makers of the first three wines are barely 30 years old, and they’re all helping bring about a renaissance in their respective countries. I have also included three New World wines
Ahead of our RAW WINE fairs this fall, we spoke to a number of Slovakian winemakers to find out about the country's natural wine scene, viticultural traditions, winemaking regions and grape varieties.
Terada Honke, the 24th generation to run his brewery, is one of the few natural sake makers in Japan. Our friend Christian Farci, a.k.a. Signor Sake and a Tokyo-based sake expert, met him to discuss the challenges of making sake in a natural style. Can you tell us
Hello and welcome back. This autumnal box has been heart-warming to put together as I’ve included quite a few old friends in the line-up this time - wines of growers I have been following for years that I have seen evolve and change. It is quite special opening up
Hello and welcome back. Fall is my favorite season. It is punctuated by the vintage in the Northern Hemisphere, by sunny afternoons whose glow is of a dimmer light, by the soft squelch of the undergrowth, the crunch of nuts, the abundance of harvest (both cultivated and wild) and the
Isabelle Legeron MW is hosting a 4-part audio series called The Understory: Life in the Soil as part of the BBC World Service's radio programme The Compass. The first episode was broadcast on Wednesday 7th September which you can listen to now, with the remaining episodes going live weekly. Isabelle
Ms Yasuko Goda is co-owner of Racines, one of the leading importers of natural wines into Japan. She works closely with many leading natural winemakers - see the list here. We caught up with Ms Goda to hear her story .... Ms Goda in the Imerich vineyard in the West of