- Author: ANTONIN LOMMI-AMUNATEGUI
- Publisher: Éditions de l'Épure
- Language: French
- Release Date: 03/2017
- Number of pages: 24
- Dimensions: 21 x 15 cm
- Weight: 50g
- Format: softcover
- ISBN: 9782352552727
Natural wine, we talk about it more and more, even on radio waves; we see more and more of them, even in the cinema; we write a lot about it too, on the internet, in newspapers, magazines and in a few more books ... But, once this media buzz has subsided, what remains?
For the average consumer (who we are all in some respects), only a vague and confused impression, where organic wine, biodynamic, natural wine and company mix happily. A manual was therefore necessary, to clearly distinguish the natural wine from the rest of the band; and above all, perhaps, to know how to apprehend, tastefully and intellectually, this still marginal wine, but which thrives on the periphery of mainstream consumption and begins to come dangerously close to our glasses ... Yes, natural wine will invade us , but thanks to Manual for learning about natural wine, you will now know how to happily welcome this delicious liquid migrant!
Antonin Iommi-Amunategui, journalist at rue89 is the troublemaker of No Wine is innocent; for him, wine should not wear tassel moccasins, but demo banners. He approaches wine from an offbeat and innovative angle and tries to "pull the wine by the hair to make it come out of its usual line". He desacralizes the precious liquid with articles full of humor while cherishing and respecting it.
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