It's somewhat of a loosely used term but generally organic or biodynamic farming, low intervention, only natural yeasts (not lab manufactured and added), little or no filtration, and little or no sulfites.I'll bite on this too, what wines aren't natural? I've never heard of a synthetic wine.
Thanks, though I've had enough "mass produced wines" (depending on how you define that) which were excellent to not frankly care about the methods used much.They also use many different stages of filtration to get every last thing out... including the taste. The filtration methods they use is why most cheap wines aren't vegetarian.
I think most are just not vegan as they use egg whites for filtering (which is a very traditional method). Others do use things like gelatin which make them not vegetarian. So much crap gets added so some wines.Thanks, though I've had enough "mass produced wines" (depending on how you define that) which were excellent to not frankly care about the methods used much.
Also afraid you lost me again with "most cheap wines aren't vegetarian" - what they add pork fat?
Vodka isn't trendy. It's a way of life!!! Russians drink it to keep warm (and because they LOVE it) and the British drink it to start fights. Or just get with the gardening. Or pick up their kids from school. It's an extremely versatile drink if you're English. And as for Whiskey... Some people call Bells and Teachers Whiskey. They clearly have never drank Whiskey before. So the Whiskey spectrum ranges far and wide. On one end of the Spectrum, you're drinking Brown shit from a test tube and on the other end of the spectrum, and not to go on about a pair of Audeze LCD-X headphones again, but if you want something great, you do need to invest. Or just have an incredible imagination.Yeah whiskey and vodka are the "trendy" liquors, esp the pricey ones. No thanks.
Yeah whiskey and vodka are the "trendy" liquors, esp the pricey ones. No thanks.
You didn't mention beer-? Also doesn't agree? There are so many good ones of so many types now