31 Days of Natural Wine
Natural Yeast doing what it does best
I’ve had this blog up and running for close to a year now. I’ve posted about a couple great wines, some good ones, and a few bad ones (i tend to not post about wines i don’t like). In celebration of this not-so-momentous occasion i am going to be doing The First Annual 31 Days of Natural Wine. Each day Chris, myself or a guest blogger ( i have a few lined up, but i need more) will be posting about a natural wine that we drank the night before. There will be an extreme de-emphasis on tasting notes and more on producers, philosophies, cooking, food and wine pairing, terroir, styles, more music and wine, art and wine, education (i will be educating myself as well), biodynamic and sans soufre (no sulfur added wine making) controversies (and some cosmoculture) and hopefully a few winery visits/producer interviews. This all kicks off on June 19th and i swear, if nothing else, i’ll have a logo for this thing.
If you would like to be involved in any way, either by posting here or or on your own blog (or even if you don’t have a blog, i’ll post your writing), or you just want me to link your blog up if you’re doing it natural wine style email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. i’ll post updates every week until i kick this thing off, hope you can join me.
ps. Natural wine? Natural yeast, organic farming, traditional cellar intervention.