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March 30, 2009

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Lenn,

This wine sounds pretty interesting. I agree with you that I don't go out of my way to find organic, "natural," (gangrene is natural, right?) or biodynamic wines. I have had some outstanding wines in those categories, but don't think those processes alone are enough to make a balanced, tasty wine.

generally, i think that terms like "natural" are overrated. there's not much natural about wine, it's an intermediate between grape juice and vinegar.

that being said, if a "natural", "organic", or "biodynamic" approach gets growers/winemakers to pay more attention to the quality of their product, then it can't be all bad.

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