Until now national initiatives for sustainable agriculture in France have had little following. So why did Champagne invest so heavily in its own sustainable labelling?
German wines are going through some changes in both winemaking and labeling. Production of organic and biodynamic German wines is on the rise, and some winemakers have banded together to institute a new voluntary classification system that will be more approachable for the consumer.
It’s a big week for wine in London, this week, with not just one but three fairs taking place, starting with two natural wine fairs that brought some 300 organic, biodynamic and natural winemakers to the Britis...
“How do we farm in such a way that we actually contribute to the expression and the nature of our products?” asked Paul Dolan. This was one of the questions taken up by an all-star cast of winemakers from around the globe during “Speaking of Wine: A Discussion of People, Place and Time.”