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The World of Natural Wine

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The World of Natural Wine is the definitive guide to our little niche in the wine world. A must-read on the styles and people who make these wines great.

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About The World of Natural Wine

The World of Natural Wine is the definitive guide to our little niche in the wine world. A must-read on the styles and people who make these wines great.

Natural wine has nothing to hide. Made from grapes alone—organically farmed, then harvested, fermented, aged, and bottled without additives—it’s wine that seeks to express, in every sip, its traditional and crucial link to nature. The World of Natural Wine is the book wine lovers need to navigate this movement—because it’s about so much more than labels and vintages. Meet the obsessive, often outspoken, winemakers; learn about the regions of France where natural wine culture first appeared and continues to flourish today; and explore natural wine in Spain, Italy, Georgia, and beyond. And just as important: find out what must be “unlearned” to discover the eye-opening pleasures of drinking naturally.

About the Author

Aaron Ayscough is a British American writer based in Paris. Since 2010, he has written a blog and newsletter about natural wine called Not Drinking Poison. His writing about wine and restaurants has appeared in the Financial Times, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Eater, and Meininger’s Wine Business International, among other publications. He is the English translator of two works by the French winemaker-scientist Jules Chauvet: Wine in Question and The Aesthetics of Wine. Ayscough has worked extensively as a sommelier over the past two decades, building wine selections for restaurants including Pizzeria Mozza (Los Angeles), Yard Restaurant (Paris), Chez la Vieille (Paris), Table (Paris), and Supernature (Monaco). He is presently studying viticulture at the Lycée Viticole de Beaune in France.

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