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The use of the spinning cone to reduce alcohol in wine by about 1% abv is not uncommon, particularly in California, but it is discussed only behind the winery doors (see How to make wines a...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. I think I may have encouraged Foyle’s, the famous Charing Cross Road bookstore, to break the law. Or at least do...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. The UK wine trade is getting seriously interested in a group of wines they have not yet got a satisfactory name...

Just a very brief note to say that at long last the Pugibets of Domaine de la Colombette have been allowed by EU authorities to sell their specially reduced alcohol wines, as described here...

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Organic and biodynamic wines   This is a vast subject growing in importance which has been covered in some depth on the site already. Although an increasing proportion of...

Although the practice of reducing alcohol in wine (as opposed to travailing in the vineyard to give birth to wines with lower alcohol) is far from uncommon today, especially in wine-producing...

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Over one in three women (35%) and one in four men (27%) believe that lower alcohol wines are becoming more fashionable according to the May Consumer Intelligence report issued today by the Wine...

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  I’m writing an article for this Saturday’s new-look ‘sharper’ FT about lower alcohol wines (those less than 12% alcohol) and some of the bureaucratic...

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