Tag: Natural wine

What are amphorae?

Amphorae – clay jars used to ferment and/or age wine – are an emblem of the natural wine scene. While their renaissance might have been tied to a hands-off approach, these ancient vessels are being adopted by winemakers across the globe – but why?

Full of soul: Julien Sunier

One of a cohort of producers putting Beaujolais on the map, Julien Sunier is a true craftsman. His natural wines are as soulful as their maker – as Burgundy Buying Assistant Will Heslop explains

The language of sustainability: the top 10 terms to know

It’s safe to say that natural wine is a hot topic. After our Down to Earth tasting – focusing on wines made in an environmentally friendly way, we explain 10 key terms that form the conversation around sustainable winemaking

The best stories of 2018

We’ve published almost 150 articles this year, covering everything from pét nat to Port. As 2018 draws to a close, here’s a short-list of the year’s most-read features