Sparkling Chenin Blanc is one of the best ways to get any party started. This wine is orchard fruited, floral, and spunky - perfect for your next get together. Sebastien Brunet converted his family estate to organics in 2006 and the wines are only getting better for it.
Domaine Gramenon’s 100% Syrah bottling is a mix of bright red & juicy black berry fruits & dark, earthy notes of black pepper, sage & woodsmoke. This is the wine you want in your glass when tucking into a hearty roast, whether it’s beef or lamb or pork.
Vincent Alexis is at the helm of his family winery that’s been running for eight generations. He works side by side with his father and grandfather and has pushed the winery towards organic viticulture, fully converting in 2014. Refreshing with notes of citrus and wet stone, this checks off all the right boxes.
Guy’s friends may call him “Petit Max”, but in the world of wine, he is quite the contrary. Breton is a major force in restoring the honor of Gamay in Beaujolais. This Morgon is his principle offering from 80-year-old vines, contributing a deeper complexity and structure to lush red fruits.
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Michèle Aubèry-Laurent put tremendous care into the natural wines she produces in the Southern Rhone. Her “Poignée de Raisins” is 100% Grenache, resulting in a smooth, lighter style Cotes du Rhone with notes of stewed strawberry and funk you get from growing in clay and limestone.
Matteo Furlani prefers a holistic approach to winemaking. Nestled in the Dolomites mountain range of Italy, these vines are tended using biodynamic and organic practices. This wine is fresh and balanced, lending notes of lush red fruit, alpine herbs and earth. Pair with alpine cheese!
This chardonnay is grown on calcareous soils and fermented with native yeasts in stainless steel. The warmer climate of the languedoc lends tropical fruit characteristics while maintaining freshness and minerality. Pair this with herb roasted chicken!
This Vementinu is rich and complex after spending 12 months on the lees and then bottled unfiltered with a small amount of added S02. The aromas are enchanting with salty stone, orchard fruit, lime blossom, and thyme. Corsican wines often drink beyond their price point and this is no exception.
Some of us aren’t lucky enough to visit the Canary Islands, so why not let them come to you? Using an obscure native varietal (Listan Prieto) this is a heartier red that is grown on the side of a volcano, so you get that amazing volcanic influence on the wine. Try it with grilled meats or blue cheeses.
Halfway between Verona and Venice sits Daniele Portinari’s winery. Here in the Veneto, he is surrounded by industrialized agriculture. This doesn’t stop him from farming organically and making low-intervention wines. This Bordeaux inspired blend is full-bodied and savory, perfect for your next steak dinner.
This is 100% carbonic-macerated Nielluciu, showing the grape and appellation’s softer side. This wine is farmed organically, made with indigenous yeasts, and is meant to be drunk young. Enjoy with a burger for the ultimate night in experience!
After losing her husband, Michèle Aubèry-Laurent was faced with the challenge of managing the vineyard and a winery while raising three children. She boldly rose to the occasion and has catapulted the winery into cult status. Michèle works with her son, Maxime François, to produce fresh & intoxicating expressions of Southern Rhone terroir while incorporating biodynamic practices into their everyday lives.
Just a few kilometers east of Chinon sits this vineyard site, home to the former studio of the famous American artist, Alexander Calder. The palate is filled with fresh red fruit, minerality, and brilliant acidity.
The Sagesse is a beautiful expression of Grenache from Côtes du Rhône. Notes of black raspberry, thyme & black currant give lift to this wine, while it’s year old vines provide depth. Michèle Aubery-Laurent does not use sulfur during fermentation. If you want natural wine at it’s best, start here.
This blend of Tai Bianco (otherwise known as Friulano) and Pinot Bianco is crisp, clean, and mineral-driven. Portinari farms organically in vineyards rich in volcanic sediment, lending an elegance and sense of refinement to the wine. He’s part of the Veneto Revolution and we couldn’t be more excited about it.
Young winemaker Laura Lorenzo has set up her winery in the small Orense village of Manzaneda. She has devoted herself to reviving abandoned vineyards with the love and attention they deserve. This means farming biodynamically, manual harvests, and unadulterated wine. Polished and rugged - like a silver screen cowboy.
The wines of Domaine Barral are many things: wild, deep, contemplative, funky, even animal. They are all the product of biodynamic viticulture, whole cluster fermentation, and minimal intervention. They are endlessly delicious and intriguing. Enjoy this Faugères for its dark fruit, earth, and slight funk.
100% single vineyard Tempranillo that tastes like OG Ribera del Duero: dark fruits lifted with acidity, but kept in check with a firm tannic backbone. There is no fining, no filtering, and no SO2 additions... But, this should be a yes for you. Pair with something hot off the grill.
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Our conserva selection is inspired by the tiny tapas bars we fell in love with while in Barcelona, San Sebastian, and Madrid.