Monday Musings: Which Country Has The Most Organic Wine Producers?

Today I'm wondering which country has the most organic wine producers? I would think it would be France but it's possible that it is New Zealand. I have been searching for the answer but haven't yet found it. If someone has research on this please send it to me. While thinking about this topic, I... Continue Reading →

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Italian Indigenous Varieties: Centesimino Nero from Emilia Romagna

I had never heard of this grape before Vinitaly this year. Within Vinitaly there was a special section of "natural" wines called Vivit. Many of the producers in that section seemed to be from Tuscany, Trentino or more familiar regions but I did happen upon one from Emilia Romagna called Fondo San Giuseppe which made... Continue Reading →

Biodiversity – A theme at Vinitaly

Although today is Thursday and I promised I would write about Italian indigenous varietals, I want to write about a subject that kept coming up throughout my Italian trip - biodiversity. If in the meantime, before my next indigenous variety post, you want to learn of a new grape variety, check out Dobianchi's post on... Continue Reading →

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