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Biodynamically farmed in Margaret River, Western Australia. Australian Muscadet! Or Picpoul, if you prefer to be on trend. Pure, crisp and raw. The nose suggests herbs – dried mint and oregano – and lemon/lime zest at the same time. Packed full of citrus, a hint of peach stone, and super crunchy.
‘No es Pituko’ is Chilean slang for ‘it ain’t fancy’ reflecting the fact that this wine was vinified naturally, without any additions at any stage. Vibrant aromas of peach and tropical fruits are layered with buttery notes and balanced by a refreshing natural acidity.
Sustainable agriculture from old vineyards with a high chalk content. The Tardana fruit comes from un-irrigated bush vines at 400 m altitude. This native grape variety its so adapted to the terroir that it ripens very late, in October, after the reds. Scrummy white fruits, flowers, ripe pears. Creamy and well balanced acidity.
Fattoria di Vaira is one of the largest biodynamic farms in Italy. Here they cultivate vegetables, grains and cereals, and produce fresh cheeses, olive oil and honey. After several years of applying biodynamic practices, their soil has been restored, reaching a degree of purity similar to wild soil.
If you are not familiar with orange wines, then this is a great place to start! This little Sicilian wine offers all of the characteristics of natural, orange wine, rich, pithy fruit character, savoury herbs, ginger and spices. Ideal for curries and classic Sicilian dishes.
100% organic Bical grapes from sandy soils are process and pressed quickly, and fermented in stainless steel with temperature control. The wine has been made with minimal additions and no fining or filtration. It is a pure expression of the grape variety from this terroir, so heavily influenced by the atlantic climate.
Shake it up to enjoy at it’s best, it’s supposed to be cloudy!
A pretty nose with notes of flowers, herbs and ginger before lemon and orange aromas develop. The palate is packed full of fruit, citrus and minerals to go with bright acidity. Light and energetic, with some complexity and roundness from the oak treatment.
A pure style of Chenin Blanc from nearly 50 year old vines that produce small clusters full of concentration and a high natural acidity. Lemon aromas and flavours with some peach, floral and flint notes. A very interesting wine for both lovers of natural wine and those new to the style.
Pheasant’s Tears Winery work solely with indigenous varieties, wild yeasts and with the best plots, having as their sole objective the production of sublime quality grapes. In accordance with ancient methods of vinification, the most mature stalks are added along with the skins and seeds, both for reds and whites.
Named after both an old Italian winemaker that made white wines like red wines and a Sicilian bandit named Testalonga.
With fresh apple as the predominant flavour that you want from a Chenin Blanc and a vivacity and texture that gives it excellent composure.