Le Vin en Question

"Le Vin en Question" Jules Chauvet Interviewed by Hans Kesselring, Just Re-Printed!

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"This is the complete text of an interview with Jules Chauvet conducted in 1981 by Swiss winemaker Hans Ulrich Kesselring. The transcript of this exchange was published in the form of a written dialogue in 1998 by publisher Jean-Paul Rocher. This book being no longer available, the present volume constitutes a new edition to ensure that the ideas of Jules Chauvet - which have already inspired numerous winemakers, oenologists, scientists and more - may continue to be read, to be known and to pose us questions." Published by Les Editions de L'Epure | Marie Rocher, Paris 2018

In French and English. This slender volume, about 50 pages of translated text, is a fascinating glimpse into the thoughts of Jules Chauvet which influenced so many winemakers to work in more "natural" ways. "Wine, wine should be naked. I shall go even further; it is the wine without sulphur anhydride (SO2), without sugar, without anything. That is simple! If one wants to look things straight in the face. Because we have the habit of putting sulphur, sugar, oak, etc. How far will we go?" This book is essentially a short introduction, with four more volumes planned to be released in the collection "Jules Chauvet." For those who read French, "Jules Chauvet, naturellement..." and "Jules Chauvet ├ętudes scientifiques" from Jean-Paul Rocher, Editeur, are also essential reading. (Shipping will be by USPS or Fed Ex, rate TBD)

Jules Chauvet

Le Vin en Question 2018 Book Interview with Jules Chauvet

"This is the complete text of an inerview with Jules Chauvet conducted in 1981 by Swiss winemaker Hans Ulrich Kesselring. The transcript of this exchange was published in the form of a written dialogue in 1998 by publisher Jean-Paul Rocher. This book being no longer available, the present volume constitutes a new edition to ensure that the ideas of Jules Chauvet - which have already inspired numerous winemakers, oenologists, scientists and more - may continue to be read, to be known and to pose us questions." In French and English. This slender volume, about 50 pages of translated text, is a fascinating glimpse into the thoughts of Jules Chauvet which influenced so many winemakers to work in more "natural" ways. For those who read French, "Jules Chauvet, naturellement..." and "Jules Chauvet ├ętudes scientifiques" from Jean-Paul Rocher, Editeur, are essential reading.(Shipping will be by USPS or Fed Ex rate TBD)

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