"Natural wine" bubbles into view

11/2/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

"Natural wine," a trendy term with no official meaning, is being defined by a coalition of wine bars and shops as being made with native fermentation, meaning the yeast comes from the grapes. These yeasts are considered a gamble because they can impart off flavors or die before all the sugar is converted.

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