Natural Wine For The People: Thoughts on the Book
A wine list that’s a thoughtfully chosen, slender guide can bring as much pleasure as an overstuffed tome, and it’s certainly easier to navigate. This was one of the thoughts running through my head while perusing a review copy of Natural Wine For The People by Alice Feiring. The book serendipitously arrived after a coworker [More]
Cool Wine Shop Alert: Forêt in Ridgewood, Queens
I’ve been spending more time in Ridgewood now that a very good friend lives there. If you find yourself in this part of Queens and are thirsting for some natural (“natty”) bottles, check out Forêt Wines. Two visits in and its got all the things I like about a wine shop: small, charming, eclectic yet [More]
How to Enjoy RAW WINE New York for a Week…and Beyond
Hey, it’s time for RAW WINE New York! It’s the renowned natural wine fair created and organized by Isabelle Legeron MW, taking place again in Bushwick, Brooklyn. It’s like natty wine’s prom, Super Bowl, and college reunion all rolled into one. If you can make it to the event Sunday or Monday (11/4 and 11/5), that’s awesome! [More]
Earth Day Infographic: What Are Green Wines?
This Earth Day infographic from wine.com concerning green wines is concise and informative. Does a fine job of explaining what sustainable, organic, biodynamic, and natural mean when it comes to producing wine. Are these factors playing a role in which wines you purchase? Or do you just care that it is a well-made, tasty wine? [More]