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  • Author: Andrea Tudor, France, natural wine, wine
  • The Beginner's Guide To Natural Wines From France

    The Beginner's Guide To Natural Wines From France

    We know French wine can be intimidating, but it doesn't have to be! Not sure where to start? Check out some of our natural French favorites:

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  • Author: Adam Sternberger, natural wine, wine
  • Natural Wine: What It Is And Where To Find It

    Natural Wine: What It Is And Where To Find It

    So we’ve removed the Cellar and replaced it with a space that we’re excited to talk about: Lola’s Little Shop. This new space will feature wines produced by smaller family farmers using minimally-invasive winemaking techniques with an emphasis on sustainable, biodynamic, and organic wines. Why the switch? We feel wine shouldn’t be intimidating, so we ripped off the doors and made the new space more accessible to everyone! More importantly, we want you to know where your wine is coming from. Much like our belief in food, we believe the 'less is more' approach is a better route for our...

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  • Author: Adam Sternberger, byob, natural wine, red wine, white wine, wine, wine pairing
  • Which Wines to Bring to a BYOB Restaurant

    Which Wines to Bring to a BYOB Restaurant

    BYOB restaurants (“BYOB” stands for “bring your own bottle") are an excellent way to dine out while avoiding high markups on your favorite drinks. The savings are especially noticeable if you want to treat yourself to a nicer bottle of wine or something off the beaten path. Read on for some of our top wine picks for BYOB dining.

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  • Author: Adam Sternberger, natural wine, staff picks, sustainability, wine
  • Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Trendy Natural Wines

    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Trendy Natural Wines

    Welcome to the latest installment of Wine Wednesdays with Adam! Each week we'll be exploring my favorite wines and what makes them stand out from the crowd. This week we're looking at trendy natural wines. My wife and I spent a few weeks in France recently, and we really fell in love with the natural wine movement. Natural wines are considered "low intervention". They're the unfiltered, untamed, "un-photoshopped" version of what we know to be wine. Natural winemakers are looking to create a taste and feel of the place their grapes were grown with no science put back into the wine. Grapes for...

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