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Natural wine

Natural wine

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  • Author: JILL COUSIN
  • Publisher: Ulmer
  • French language
  • Publication date: 04/2022
  • Number of pages: 96
  • Dimensions: 14x20 cm
  • Weight: 210g
  • Format: soft cover
  • ISBN: 9782379222016


Faced with the craze for natural wine, this book highlights the work of French winegrowers who produce ecological wine. A short, fully illustrated guide to understanding natural wine and knowing everything from its production to its tasting! How does grape juice become wine? How to choose a bottle? What to serve red wine with? Where to buy and drink natural wine? This little practical guide accompanies the consumer in their quest for good wine, from the vine to the bottle.

From growing the grapes to tasting the wine, there is a whole demanding process to follow to have an authentic natural wine, which Jill Cousin describes in detail. Thanks to the diversity of its soils, weather conditions and terroir, France produces a diversity of natural wines each year and has multiple grape varieties... to discover in this practical guide!

The author:

Jill Cousin is a journalist specializing in agriculture and sustainable food. She is the co-founder of the media Le Marché Vert and produces reports for Regain magazine, among others. In October 2021, she opened the Provisions grocery store in Marseille and offers books, flowers and products committed to ecology for sale. She is the author of the Cooking Common Sense Manual published by Editions First.

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