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Have you ever been introduced to something completely alien to you, something you’ve never heard of before that’s swept you off your feet in a whirlwind of emotions and feelings? Maybe it was the first time you heard of and bought a certain clothing brand that fits your body size like a glove. It could have been that exact moment when you heard the whining, melodic sound of Oasis as a band for the very first time. …

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The Godfather of Natural Wine

Words by Eoghan Neburagho

Collaboration and surprise, that’s what this world is made of and if Beaujolais-based Jules Chauvet the natural wine don, met New York City-based fictional mafioso Don Vito Corleone, that would be the exact quote I’d pull out of their legendary conversation.

Who Was Jules Chauvet?

So, Jules Chauvet, who is this guy in the same sentence as the one and only Don Vito Corleone from The Godfather?

Jules throughout his life was a maker of wine, a seller of wine, and according to many accounts from his generation one of the most profound tasters of wine…

Natural wine selection at Portuguese wine bar
Natural wine selection at Portuguese wine bar
Senhor Uva — Lisbon, Portugal

Wines of minimal human-intervention background, with nothing added to or taken away from including orange wines, pet-nats and chillable red wine

Photos & words by Natural Swill’s low-intervention wine expert - Eoghan Neburagho

Pet-Nats

Can winemakers be as transparent with their harvest workers as they are with their wines?

Photos & Words by Eoghan Neburagho

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After experiencing one of the craziest years this earth has ever doused upon us, we are now finally on the wind down of 2020…thank f*c@!

A significant sigh of relief is most suitable right now as we ride it out, and I don’t know about you, but I’m only delighted to see the back of this year.

Many industries and nations took severe damage in 2020 due to COVID-19, millions of people lost their jobs, America took a rewind…

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IMAGE BY Karolina Grabowska

Whether you like it or not, Christmas is just around the corner and that means one thing – it’s time to buy your wine online ASAP.

On Christmas Day especially, you want a bottle of wine that will not only deliver on satisfaction levels but one that pleases the crowd at your dinner table, much like that preciously plucked turkey your looking at buying too!

Now consider what’s going to be on your festively decorated table…the Christmas standards – roasted meats and hearty, well-seasoned veggies like carrots, parsnips and potatoes just to name a few.

You’re going to need the…

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You should order natural wine through delivery this year because it’s an easy, efficient way to have good wine by your side for Christmas.

Just to top of the craziest year you have ever experienced, it’s Christmas in just a few weeks!

I know, I know, it feels like you were walking through the sunny park, on your daily bit of exercise in the first lockdown back in March and April only yesterday…time flies when your living amongst a global pandemic.

Hopefully, you’re not stressing out about what mince pies to get for the Christmas dinner or whether you should…

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Drinking natural wine is a cleaner, more ethical alternative to any other wine on the market.

It isn’t everywhere just yet, but you can feel and blatantly see it’s ready to rise into vogue. Natural wine, in short, is a wine made from organic, hand-picked grapes. It’s a wine that has nothing added to it and nothing is taken away from it in the winemaking procedure. That means minimal human intervention, no help from chemicals or additives and no stripping the wine of its integrity by mass filtration or fining.

It’s a raw, living product.

Natural wine is a healthier…

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By Richard Artner, Alex Kagl, and winemaker Luka Zeichmann

Joiseph’s name comes from a playful take on the Austrian village in which they are from, Jois! It is situated on the mountain of Leitha overlooking an amazing view of Lake Neusiedl.

The Piroska gets its name from the Hungarian word ’Piros’ which means light red and is made from Blaufränkisch, Pinot Noir, Zweigelt grapes making the Piroska a delightful blended wine that I wouldn’t call a red or rosé, to be honest, it’s something in between both.

Fresh red fruit flavours are instantly what came to mind when drinking this wine, similar to juicy in-season strawberries – a slight…

By SnaccDiaries and NaturalSwill

The juice. It’s what brought you here. It’s what brought us here too. The rainbow erotica of beverages. The pink, golden, red, luminous glasses of grapes that you may have seen floating around on Instagram, and even in a few bars and restaurants. That stuff, that’s Natural Wine.

Natural wine is something that’s been in the area for a few years now, and in the country for that little bit longer, but, only now, is it receiving the traction and praise that in our opinion, it deserved a lot sooner.

The three people who contributed to…

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Have you ever found yourself feeling stupid or misinformed for not knowing the difference between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio? Should you prefer Pinot Gris over Pinot Grigio, or does that even matter?

Well, you are not alone. Every wine drinker has asked themselves the same question for years now.

Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are both the same white wine grape variety with a grey-bronze/pink skin. The grape comes from France originally where it’s most cultivated in Alsace, known most commonly only as ‘Pinot Gris’.

Although originating in France, the variety has been brought into light by the Italians…

Eoghan Neburagho-Gregg

Natural Wine Blogger | Wine Advocate | Grill Cook

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