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Posted By on Sep 18, 2018

Anthroenology is involved in two different wine events this October. In the first, The Less Sociable Half will be doing an Insects & Wine evening with Charlotte Payne, hosted by Cambridge Wine Merchants.   You can order tickets here on Eventbrite here.   Later in October (the 26th, to be precise) both halves of Anthroenology will be at a natural wine tasting at 169West in Zurich. This is being hosted by an Cambridge and Oxford...

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We’ve just put up a guest post over on Insects & Wine, with the wonderful title of ‘Sophisticated and whimsical, elegant and messy,’ (for which I claim no credit). It’s a great summary of the Insects & Wine pairing evening we hosted at the end of November at Trinity College, Cambridge, written by Sioned Cox, one of the attendees, who was also one of the people who helped out with the preparation for...

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I’ve written about orange wine before (See here). This is about a different aspect of it – orange wine and expectations. Over the course of doing various wine tastings, I’ve noticed something that intrigues me. Not only does orange wine not follow ‘the rules’ in how it is made, it also doesn’t really follow them in terms of how people react to it. By this, I mean that, as a general rule, people tend to prefer what they know. So you’d...

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