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Wine Case - It's All Natural


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Just what is natural wine? Natural wine means different things to different people so in this month's case we've included six wines each to which is natural in its own way. Drink your way through this case and find out what natural wine means to you!

'Funambul' - Entre Vinyes - Penedes, Spain

Natural producers are champions of traditional ways of making wine. This is a “declassified” Cava - it’s fermented in the bottle, aged on the dead yeast (lees) for two years, and then aged further in the bottle before release.

'Furmint' - Bott Frigyes - Garam Valley, Slovakia

Terroir is the idea that wines should express the places where they are grown. This wine is from the Garam Valley in Slovakia. The vineyard sits 250m above sea level, which brings cool evenings that slow the ripening of the grapes and help retain freshness. 

'Christina' - Christina Netzl - Carantum, Austria

If you're a fan of fresh, lively wines like Sauvignon Blanc, then we think you'll love Austria's Grüner Veltliner. The grape is Austria's most widely planted variety and it isn't difficult to see why. It produces reliably fresh, fruity wines that pair just as well with food as they do being drunk on their own.

'Le Beurot' - Yves Duport - Bugey, France

Yves Duport is a winemaker in Bugey, located next to Savoie in the south-west of France. He farms his vines biodynamically with great success in this tiny appellation. The geology of Bugey is similar to its neighbour, Savoie – fragmented parcels of vines planted in steep slopes above the valley floor.

'Les Mauves' - Mas Des Agrunelles - Languedoc, France

Mas des Agrunelles is situated north-west of Montpellier on the Terrace du Larzac. The thin-skinned, delicate Cinsault grape produces a light and floral wine that is not dissimilar to a Beaujolais. Frederic and Stephanie, the winemakers, follow a lunar calendar and only bottle on “fruit days” with the descending moon.

'Diogene' - Valli Unite - Piemonte, Italy

Valli Unite is a winemaking cooperative or co-op, formed thirty years ago to preserve traditional ways of farming grapes. This wine is made from 100% Dolcetto. It means “sweet little one” in Italian but this grape can actually pack quite a punch. The Diogene is a happy medium.

Wine Case - It's All Natural

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