Wine books of the year: Read, drink and be merry (UK)

Wine books of the year: Read, drink and be merry (UK)

It’s an emblematic wine-world row. Wine made on “natural” principles – both with organically or biodynamically grown grapes and with minimal intervention in the winery – makes up little more than a thimbleful of the total on sale, writes Andrew Neather in The Evening Standard. Yet its proponents are passionate – and they articulate a wider unease among winemakers and critics about the steady homogenisation of wine.

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