So, March is here and it is time to look closer at organic, biodynamic, and natural wines at the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group. They are three types, or categories, of wine that have many things in common but there are also differences between them. Which are the common denominators? Natural is the buzzword right now. But does a natural wine need to be organic or biodynamic?
There are different definitions according to different associations, for example. Such as
- Vin Natur
- Vini Veri
- Vignaioli Artigiani Naturali
- Raw Wine
Let us find more during this month’s theme.
The articles this month are the following:
Nicole at Somm’s Table will share “Cavalleri Franciacorta with Braised Collard Greens and Polenta”
Wendy at A Day in the Life on the Farm will share Discovering Ziobaffa Wines.
Camilla at Culinary Adventures with Cam will share “With an Ethos of Quality and Sustainability: ZIOBAFFA Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT + Braised Celery Over Farro Couscous”
Susannah at Avvinare will share “Tuscany’s Querciabella Leads the Way on Vegan Wines“
Gwendolyn at Wine Predator will share “La Maliosa Saturnia Biodynamic Natural Wine: Red, White Native Grapes Paired with Pizza #ItalianFWT“
Jennifer at Vino Travels will share “The Sustainability Behind Sicily’s Principi di Butera”
Katarina at Grapevine Adventures will share “3 Wines Going From Organic To Natural“
How To Participate
On Saturday, 5 March, at 11 am ET / 17.00 CEST the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group will explore Organic & Natural Wine – What’s it all about? in the #ItalianFWT chat on Twitter.
All those of you who are interested in wine, food, and travel in relation to Italian sweet wines are very welcome to participate in the chat on Saturday. It is always great to have new fellow Italian wine and food enthusiasts join and add new perspectives to the discussion.
Join us on Twitter on Saturday, 5 March, by typing in the hashtag #ItalianFWT in the search field on Twitter and clicking Enter, thereafter, you click Latest which will show you all the live tweets. In that way, you can take part in the live discussion. After the chat, you can also head over to read and comment on the article writers’ blog posts. It’s always nice to get feedback on the articles.
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