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Very sad news in the organic wine world. Haridimos Hatzidakis of Hatzidakis Wines in Santorini, Greece has passed away. Organic Wine Journal had the pleasure of visiting the winery and meeting with Haridimos in 2014. Some tributes to Haridimos at Les caves de Pyrene and Society Grapevine. Hatzidakis was like a good wine, a good… Continue reading R.I.P. Haridimos Hatzidakis, Organic Winemaker From Santorini
Egg Shop’s Nick Korbee and wine guru Rachel Signer team up for a one-night-only collaboration for a Mclaren Vale bus tours and a five-course sparkling wine pairing dinner from wine storage, featuring a curated selection of special, rare bubbly from all over the world. Finding an off license near me late at night in London… Continue reading NYC: Five-course wine pairing dinner at Bubbles + Eggs, March 15th
Alicante in Spain is now emerging as a high-quality wine region, led by winegrowers like Pepe Mendoza, people often look for wine tours in the region. Why is this happening now? Furthermore, how do his vines resemble Bonsai? The Alicante wine region When Alicante is mentioned, we usually think of the Costa Blanca and Benidorm.… Continue reading The Bonsai Vines of Pepe Mendoza
If you havenâ€™t heard yet, hereâ€™s the good news: RAW Wine Fair, the natural wine expo originally founded in London, is popping-up in Bushwick this weekend with wholesale plastic wine glasses, Sun + Mon Nov 6-7 (99 Scott Av in Brooklyn, a 5-minute walk from the Jefferson L Train). Thereâ€™s still time to get ticketsâ€“and you… Continue reading RAW Wine NYC: The Dinners and After-Parties
Check out this article by Rachel Signer on Natural Wine from Oregon. Includes Jackalope Cellars, Holden and St. Reginald Parish, among others.
At Millesime Bio 2016, which took place at the end of January, we asked Languedoc wine maven Louise Hurren to share some of her experiences from the show. Here’s some of what she saw, with photos by Ken Payton. Two stars of southern Franceâ€™s organic firmament. AndrÃ© Leenhardt (ChÃ¢teau Cazeneuve) has been making award-winning wines… Continue reading Spotted At Millesime Bio 2016
Amarone is a sumptuous and powerful dry red wine, always made from dried grapes. Now famous worldwide, its success over the past couple of decades has driven the resurgence of the Valpolicella region. The best producers have relentlessly focused on quality, with innovation and investment in the vineyards and in the winery. Consequently, Amarone has… Continue reading Fasoli Gino: Organic Amarone
The Big Glou takes place this weekend in Brooklyn. 100 Natural Wine producers, including AgnÃ¨s and RenÃ© Mosse, Eric Sexier and Domaine de la Tournelle, will be presenting their wines at the Wythe Hotel. For more info, check out their website: www.bigglounyc.com. Saturday & Sunday, February 27-28, 2016 Wythe Hotel 80 Wythe Ave Williamsburg, BK,… Continue reading The Big Glou: Natural Wine Fair NYC Feb 27-28
Over at The Sixteen 600 Blog, Sam Coturri writes about how his parents found love in the vineyard: In a twist of fate worthy of a great novelist, Arden, a young transplant from New Jersey, had just moved to the top of Moon Mountain and was looking for work. She heard that some guy named… Continue reading Phil And Arden Coturri: An Organic Love Story