Each Thirsty Thursday we help you get ready for the weekend ahead with a round up of the best wine reviews and pairings from your fave winos, oenophiles and beyond . . .
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- “Wine cellar: Top picks from a local who knows” ::link::
- “Reviews of Wines From Famous Rock ‘n’ Roll Bands!”
- “She-said, he-said Labor Day wines” ::link::
A Curious Coupling … That Works
‘Natural’ wine: fabulous or faddish scam?
So when I met Michael Cody, co-founder of Sedimentary Wines, a Vancouver-based importer of high-end natural wines, I challenged him to serve me a “real” wine (as he calls them) that I would enjoy as much as that initial Jura. That is how we arrived at Hawksworth Restaurant, where the orange Radikon is starting to grow on me as its tannins melt into fatty bites of prosciutto.
“You need to have food with these wines,” says Mr. Threlfall, who fell for natural wines at Terroirs Wine Bar in London. “It helps all that tannin and acidity make sense.”