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MYSA Natural Wine
30 minutes | 2 months ago
American Natural Wine with Holly Berrigan and Rania Zayyat
This podcast is taken from an IG Live Rania and Holly completed in November 2020 looking at American natural wine and talking about up and coming states, clean wine, grape buying, and differences between old and new world wines. Check it out to learn more about American natural wine!
76 minutes | 3 months ago
Hype Juice - What's with the Hype?
Hype Juice - What's with the Hype? by 00 Community Natural Wine Podcast
59 minutes | 7 months ago
MYSA // WWOW Panel on New Generation of Winemakers
MYSA Natural Wine and Wonder Women of Wine partnered up to host a panel on the new generation of Winemakers and were joined by panelists Martha Stoumen, of Martha Stoumen Wine, Rachel Signer, of Pipette Magazine and Persephone Wine, Bree Stock MW of Constant Crush, and Eric Moorer of Domestique Wine to discuss the natural wine industry, where it is going, how to be a part of it, and how we can all be better consumers.
21 minutes | a year ago
The Zero Waste Movement and Natural Wine
Natural and/or biodynamic wines are focused on creating wine in its purest form without additives or taking things out of the wine. It uses grapes that are dry farmed, pesticide free, and made This inherently means that these wines are far more sustainable than conventional wines and are a perfect fit for sustainably-minded folk, like those practicing zero waste! Read the blog here: https://mysa.wine/blogs/no-mog-blog/biodynamic-wine-and-the-zero-waste-movement Edits: Vines roots grow up to 20 feet, not over 100!
19 minutes | a year ago
25 Natural Wine Terms You Should Know
Wine as a subject can be an incredibly intimidating conversation to engage in. Part art, part science, it leaves so much to subjectivity, and yet there are thousands of grapes, terms, regions, production methods and other things to know so that you can form those opinions! If you are generally interested in wine, I highly recommend the WSET program. Going through it gave me the basis I needed to understand what I was drinking and to vocab needed to express it. However, the discussion of natural wine was non-existent when I did my coursework (though I’ve heard they added a section on orange wine) so as an additional resource, here are the 25 terms you are most likely to hear in reference to natural wine so that you can be prepared to understand what everyone is talking about and describe what you’re finding in the wine. Read the blog here: https://throughthegrapevine.co/blogs/no-mog-blog/25-natural-wine-terms-you-should-know
20 minutes | a year ago
An Ode to Orange Wine
Let’s talk about orange wine! There are some great resources and books out there on the subject, so we will keep this fairly broad and link to all of our favorite resources along the way. My hope is that whether you’re researching orange wine for the first time, or are cellaring an amazing collection that you can take something new and interesting away from this! We discuss history of orange wine, how it’s made, why it went out of style, why it’s back in style, all the reasons we love it personally, and some of my favorite bottles. So let’s jump in! Read the blog here: https://throughthegrapevine.co/blogs/no-mog-blog/an-ode-to-orange-wine
18 minutes | a year ago
How to Know if a Wine is Natural
Natural wines, as we all likely know at this point are impossible to officially define because there is no certification for it (like USDA Organic), nor is there one consistent definition of what it is even amongst those of us importing and distributing it! Thus, it is tough to really know if a wine is made naturally, BUT there are a few great ways of finding out when you’re in a store or searching online to have higher confidence that a wine is made naturally. Let’s dive in to how you can know! Find the blog and resources here: https://throughthegrapevine.co/blogs/no-mog-blog/how-to-know-if-a-wine-is-natural
26 minutes | a year ago
Beaujolais and David Large Natural Wines
Have you ever been to the Beaujolais region of France, just south of Burgundy? How about Tuscany? If you dropped yourself off in the middle of the former, you just might think you’re in the latter. Beautiful farmland, wildlife, vines pockmark the rolling hills of the Beaujolais. Nestled into the southernmost part of the Cru region is where we found our latest producer, David Large. Read the blog here: https://mysa.wine/blogs/no-mog-blog/david-large-trendsetter
8 minutes | a year ago
Is Cider Wine? A look at Wine vs Cider
Simply put, Cider is “an alcoholic beverage made from fermented juice of apples.” Meanwhile, wine is “an alcoholic beverage made from fermented juice of grapes.” Okay, so we all knew that. But, what is the difference between an alcoholic beverage made of apples, and an alcoholic beverage made of grapes? This podcast takes a look at the differences and similarities of cider and wine as well as talks about some that we love! Cider Podcast from Fruktstero we mentioned: https://podcasts.apple.com/se/podcast/heritage-radio-network-on-tour/id1162145172?i=1000423552455&mt=2 Read the blog here: https://throughthegrapevine.co/blogs/no-mog-blog/cider-vs-wine
24 minutes | a year ago
Welcome Domaine de l'Envol - Alsace, France
A few weeks ago we ventured up to Alsace to meet a producer that we were confident was a great fit for our portfolio! We’ve been wanting to add another mainly white wine producing area for awhile and with Nic’s Riesling obsession, it seemed like a perfect fit! Arriving in mid-October, the leaves were turning, but harvest was still ongoing for many of the winemakers! As we passed the rolling hills you could see the tractors going up and down with crates and bringing back all the juicy goodness back to the wineries. Read the blog here: https://mysa.wine/blogs/no-mog-blog/taking-flight-in-alsace-domaine-de-lenvol
26 minutes | 2 years ago
What Does Natural Wine Taste Like?
If you haven't tried natural wine before, you “naturally” (get it?) might wonder what it tastes like! After all, there’s a lot of stories about there about it tasting like cider, dirt, vinegar, and worse. However, just like all wines, some can be well-made and delicious, and others can be terrible! So, what does natural wine taste like? The quick and easy answer is that natural wine can taste like anything from traditional grape expressions, where you don’t even know it was made naturally, to a bit more wild. This is usually where the word funk or funky is used and we’re going to work to be specific about funk throughout this article so that you can know what it is your tasting and whether you like it or not! Read the blog here: https://mysa.wine/blogs/no-mog-blog/what-does-natural-wine-taste-like
11 minutes | 2 years ago
Orange Wine vs Rose Podcast
As the weather warms up people are starting to pop bottles of chilled rosé and enjoy the sunshine. Rosé has been a mainstay of spring/summer in the United States for years, and it’s definitely here to stay. But what about its cousin, the lesser-known style of wine known affectionately (or not depending on who is saying it) as orange wine? In this article we’ll delve deep into orange wine vs rosé, and hopefully help dispel any myths about it. Read the blog here: https://mysa.wine/blogs/no-mog-blog/orange-wine-vs-rose-wine
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