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That is natural wine.

Bar at Night

Not to bring the party vibe down, but did you know the wine you're serving may have more than 60 different additives? Some of these can include, but are not limited to, egg whites, milk products, fish bladders, gelatin, and other squeamish animal parts.

But how many of you really know what is in your favorite glass of wine? Most people assume wine is just made from grapes, but the reality is that that's hardly the case.

Unless, of course, you opt for a small-but-growing segment of wine that is committed to producing what we would consider to be pure wine.

"Natural wine is a bit of a broad categorization that means different things to different folk," . "Some people think that natural wines must be organic. Others assume it should be biodynamic. And further, there are those that fall into the pure 'Double-Zero' camp: zero chemical additives, zero parts removed."

All are right in their own ways, but the very baseline requirements for any natural wine is above-board agricultural practices, native-yeast fermentation, and no additives beyond minimal sulfuring.


Anthony is a great enthusiast of the Natural Wines movement and hosts and shares his passion for Natural Wines.

A unique appellation or theme is set for each session with the wines selected by him and will take you directly to the vineyards and you will meet winemakers who will share with you their experiences. You will have the opportunity to learn directly from other experienced and well known enthusiasts as well and taste the natural wines selection alongside with them. 

If you work with Natural wines in a bar, restaurant, as an importer or educator, or just a natural wine geek who shares similar passion and wish to learn more about these wines, please sign up and join us at these special training sessions.  Places are limited for each training. 

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