Aaron Ayscough’s new book ‘The World of Natural Wine: What It Is, Who Makes It, and Why It Matters.’ is out now.
You may have heard of Aaron Ayscough in the past or at least read his excellent blog https://notdrinkingpoison.com/ which has long been a reference for natural wine lovers. In his first book, Aaron continues his in depth research into the natural wine movement from it’s origins in Paris and the Beaujolais in the mid-1980s, to the future exciting winemakers to keep an eye on and make sure that you try.
The book is filled with pages and pages of meticulous and extremely interesting research about the most important natural winemakers in France, plus chapters about how to taste natural wine, serve natural wine, and where to find natural wine (without forgetting Raisin of course! 🙂)
You also get an in depth look at how natural wine is made, what exactly is natural viticulture, and at the different wine movements happening around Europe.
This is the perfect guide and reference for both professionals and newcomers to the natural wine scene, everything is explained clearly, and is so easy to understand while being filled with pro tips, and exciting insights.
This book is truly a must read for all natural wine lovers!