The moments in this series are becoming more and more focused and more and more exciting.
They are barely lectures-- barely seminars. They all shape themselves differently. The Minneapolis edition was a very comfortable discussion, like a big dinner table. To which really good wines were brought and poured for you.
In New York, I want the evening to focus on the relations of Natural Wine to time. To some degree, I want it to be investigate the opposition between persistence and immediacy, development and bursting on the scene . . . . In order to investigate this question, we will take in two kinds of wines: several that present themselves as Natural, and several that represent the height of Classical Excellence-- whether "natural" or not.
The relatively high cost of the evening is to allow us to provide natural wines of the highest quality and classical wines of the most assured pedigree. We will also limit the session to 20 participants.
These are the wines: