Theatre of Wine
GB, London, 556 High Road Leytonstone, E11 3DH
One of the truisms of wine is that the harder a vine has to work, the better the resulting fruit, and wine. In many regions, vines are grown where there is no other alternative crop, often on little more than bare rock, incapable of sustaining any other agriculture. While our understanding of viticulture has grown enormously, there is still one major mystery that we have not fathomed: the precise nature of the relationship between the vine and its soil. Tonight we tackle the problem in a deliciously practical way by looking at wines grown on basalt, chalk, gravel, clay, sand and more, covering some of the wine world's most famous regions in the process, such as Burgundy, Tokaj, St. Emilion, Priorat and the Douro.
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