IN SEARCH OF PURITY

Increasingly restaurant wine lists are showing more inclusions of natural wines with their minimal and non-intervention philosophy. Within these include organic and biodynamic wines and the subsets of low sulphur wines and the rise and rise of orange/amber wines – including amphora and wine egg fermented wines. Low sulphur and no preservative added wines are as … Continue reading

What can the green consumer afford?

While the greener minded of us dispose of our rubbish correctly, recycle where we can, even compost and use grey water, there is a tussle in the consumer shopping trolley when it comes to having an organic conscience. Certainly once upon a time the organic mantra could get your crystals glowing, put you in direct, … Continue reading