What is a natural wine

Ecoloupe Cafe in Zoshigaya

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Wine tasting and seminar devoted to organic, “bio” (biodynamic), or shizen-ha (natural) wines. These type of wines have become fixtures in many retail shops and restaurant in Japan. Japan has even become one of the world’s largest markets of those wines. BUT WHAT ARE THEY? HOW ARE THEY PRODUCED? WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THEM? We will discuss: 1) What is wine? A fermented grape juice! 2) Production of wine. The main steps. 3) History of natural wine 4) Differences during production between natural and non-natural wines 5) Why is sulfate so important? 6) The world of natural wines: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly 7) Comparative tasting: 4 wines (2 natural wines / 2 non-natural wines) Some finger food will be proposed during the tasting. Conclusion: Are you a natural wine drinker? About the Host: Yves, a biochemistry engineer, has been sharing his life between his estate in Southern Rhone and his interests in wine in Japan. Thanks to his contacts among friends-vignerons, he was able to assemble a superb portfolio of high quality domaines for Cepages. Until 2019, he also owned a wine bar called ‘Le Terroir’ in Mejiro-Tokyo where he could share his passion about wine with his customers through monthly wine seminars. Yves’ primary focus is to look for up-and-coming or well established, exceptional, family-owned producers of hand-crafted wines from all over France. *10% tax on service not included. CANCELLATION POLICY: If you have to cancel your participation to the event, in any case please inform us right away. [Until 24h before event starting time] Please contact us at [email protected] explaining your situation and get a refund. [Less than 24h before event starting time] 100% of event participating fee is due and unavailable for refund. We thank you for understanding.


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