Monthly Archives: March 2012

Spring tastings in Jura


Goodbye gloomy foggy and snowy weather, hello sunshine! You can tell that spring has finally arrived, because everyone is outside basking in the sun. It doesn’t matter if some of us are not quite in t-shirts yet (still a bit … Continue reading

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Montirius


One of the first pioneers of Bio-dynamic wine in the Southern Rhone is Eric Saurel’s father, Max. He notice quite early that not only his vines but the soils were suffering dangeriously under the chemicals used to maintain the vines. … Continue reading

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Is Mother Nature still a part of wine-making today?


When it comes to wine-making, where is Mother Nature? Does she still have her say in what it takes to make our beloved drink of choice, or is she just a relic of the past?

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