Daily Wine News: Natural News

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In Wine-Searcher, Oliver Styles responds to a recent piece by Alice Feiring about the natural wine revolution. “…as Feiring herself points out, critics of the revolution (Michel Bettane is singled out here) have been making the same point she does in the piece for a quite a while now – natural wine should not be forgiven its faults because it is natural. It is important because no less a figure than Alice Feiring is saying it.”

In Grape Collective, Camille Lapierre and Jean Foillard discuss the origins and doctrine of natural wine.

Clodagh Kinsella reports on Israel’s flourishing wine scene in the Independent.

In Wine Enthusiast, Susan Hauser talks with filmmaker Jerry Bell Jr. about wine and the inspiration behind his film, “Red, White & Black: An Oregon Wine Story.”

In Decanter, Andrew Jefford shares notes from his recent trip to Bordeaux, including the 2018 vintage and the general use of copper in organic vineyards.

Elin McCoy chats with Vega Sicilia CEO Pablo Alvarez about his new project in Bloomberg.

Jameson Fink offers a few tips about how to navigate RAW WINE New York this week.

Jamie Goode checks out Bloomer Creek in the Finger Lakes and shares notes on the wines he tasted.

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