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Chris Hallowell

George Clinton

Everyone always associates the phrase ‘wine pairings’ with selecting food that complements a bottle of wine. Maybe it’s because I went to school to study jazz drums or the fact that our office has a DJ booth, but I feel… [Read more...]

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Steve Unwin

Now we’ve talked about yeast before, albeit in a different context, but frankly I feel like these little buggers require a bit more examination. Yeast, after all, is arguably the most important fungus on the planet. It’s responsible for wine,… [Read more...]

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Eric Arnold

The movie’s been made over and over: It’s the future, and humanity has achieved perfection in some form or another … only for the ideal to unravel in a string of unintended or unanticipated consequences of having strived for flawlessness. Gattaca and Minority… [Read more...]

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Eric Arnold

You need fungus to make wine. Pretty straight forward, right? It has come to my attention that the Lot18 editorial staff doesn’t believe that ten words are sufficient to qualify as an article. Let’s try this again… Did you know… [Read more...]

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Steve Unwin

As part of Lot18’s member-facing contingent, it is hard for me to escape tasting notes. These magical few paragraphs transform a humble glass of grape juice into an alluring experience; the prose, once waxed lyrically enough, can convince the hardiest… [Read more...]

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