Tasted Monday, January 30, 2012 by Eric Guido with 550 views
Good, Clean and Fair
If only life could always sound so simple. However, in the case of Slow Food’s new wine guide, Slow Wine, it’s anything but simple. Good Clean and Fair is what the over 200 collaborators are looking for in the wineries which are represented in Slow Wine. “Good” refers to the wine and its sensory characteristics. “Clean” is the way the winery goes about its growing and production. Slow Wine looks for growers that use natural methods or the smallest amount of chemicals possible. “Fair” represents price versus the quality in the bottle.