Natural Wines

This first flight of `natural wines` come from passionate growers who grow their vines in symbiosis with nature, using only natural products in their vineyards and reducing yields in order to harvest grapes that are healthy and that concentrate all the goodness and characteristics of their terroir. Come harvest time, these grapes are transformed into wines using traditional tools and with minimal human intervention. Which also means no modern additives are used, no sulphites, no acidification, chaptalization etc... the fermentation starts with indigenous yeasts found on the grapes skin and in the air. In other words these wines are the purest and truest expression of their region and terroirs and what`s more, they are incredibly digestible! The list below is not exhaustive, most of the growers we work with and present on this website are true followers of organic practises in their vineyards and also make their wines as naturally as they can. Jean Foillard in Morgon, Pascal Verhaeghe, Luc de Conti in the South-West, The Chaume-Arnaud and Clos de Caveau in the Rhone, Felix Meyer in Alsace, to name but a few, produce wines in a very similar manner. So here are our new `no sulphites added` wines!: Thierry Puzelat, Touraine Cot (Malbec) `In Cot we Trust` Anna Martens (Wife of our best pal, Eric Narioo of Les Caves de Pyrene) Vino di Anna Jeudi 15, IGT Sicilia Familia Ceccin, Mendoza Malbec (Argentina) Prosecco di Valdobbiadene, Casa Coste Piane Montlouis `Mineral +`, Frantz Saumon Vouvray Sec `La Dilettante`, Pierre et Catherine Breton
Pascal Rossignol

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