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.
Below is the collection of talks & tutored tastings that took place at our Speakers' Corner at RAW WINE New York 2022, Spring Edition. They were recorded for posterity by our media partner Heritage Radio Network, to whom we are hugely grateful. Enjoy! And we hope we will be seeing
Why aren’t all wines vegan? At first glance, this seems a simple question. After all, it’s just fermented grape juice. But exploring the topic in greater depth is a dizzying and fascinating experience - exposing key issues around ethics, ecology and the role of animals in the vineyard.
This article explores the history of orange wines and how they are made today, including interviews with leading winemakers.
Article exploring the technique of using biochar to make plaster for cellar walls.
One of the more picturesque practices one finds traveling the natural wine world is people ploughing their vineyards with horses. It’s satisfying in so many ways to see draft horses trudging contentedly up and down the rows. The plow following behind, earth furrowed and turned. But horse-ploughing isn’t