The natural wine debate continues

The angst that continues to surround discussion of natural wines continued last week.  I enjoyed reading, for different reasons in each case, articles by Bruce Palling "Is there anything natural about raw wine?", Jamie Goode "Comments on Bruce Palling's anti-natural wine article" and Steve Heimoff "I weigh in on Jamie Goode's post on "natural wine".  I quite like sitting on the fence in this debate, as I rather think that we are well within the territory of chacun son goût.  I penned some thoughts along these lines a couple of years ago following an interesting natural wine dinner with local natural wine advocate Max Allen (my post is here).
Natural Wine
July 28, 2014
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  1. Another interesting article on this is 'The N Word' from The Joseph Report from Monday, July 21, 2014.

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  2. Thank you, it is another interesting perspective, although I did have some trepidation from the title!

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