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Has wine gone bad? | News | The Guardian
‘Natural wine’ advocates say everything about the modern industry is ethically, ecologically and aesthetically wrong – and have triggered the biggest split in the wine world for a generation.
wine  organic  naturalwine  review  history  trends  Guardian  2018 
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Installing Wine on Mac | David Baumgold
A simple tutorial demonstrating how to install Wine on a macOS computer.
wine  macos 
3 days ago by shaack
Has wine gone bad? | News | The Guardian
Once you know what to look for, natural wines are easy to spot: they tend to be smellier, cloudier, juicier, more acidic and generally truer to the actual taste of grape than traditional wines. In a way, they represent a return to the core elements that made human beings fall in love with wine when we first began making it, around 6,000 years ago
food  culture  wine  hn 
3 days ago by jberkel
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Capturing this wisdom for my own timeline -
whiskey  wine  from twitter
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Has wine gone bad? | News | The Guardian
A small group of local dissenters loathed this conveyor-belt style of production. They coalesced around a winemaker named Marcel Lapierre, who, upon his death in 2010, was widely eulogised as “the pope of natural wine”. According to his friends, Lapierre complained that chemistry had destroyed the taste of Beaujolais, and that his contemporaries had “mortgaged their future” by producing low-quality wine at a frantic pace. He felt winemaking was being strangled by the demands of the market and the strictures of beaujolais AOC.

Lapierre was a radical – a friend of the Marxist theorist Guy Debord and the situationist poet Alice Becker-Ho – with no clear path to revolution. “We wanted to have a different life, to propose a different wine, one that respects ourselves and the people who drink it”, Lapierre’s nephew and fellow winemaker, Philippe Pacalet, told me.
quality  postmodernism  culture  wine  natural_wine  metamodernism 
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