Natural wines keep odd flavoring for budding popularity

11/27/2013 | New York Post

La Pause is one of the new heralds for natural wine, keeping its earthly flavors that bring the smell and taste of licorice and old leather to discerning tongues. Natural wines are able to bring in new flavors and differ greatly across the industry, making each pour a gamble between enjoyment and spitting. "We are changing the concept of what yummy is," said Lee Campbell of Reynard.

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