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Louis-Antoine Luyt, Portezuelo Blanco, 2019 (1L)
Clean and floral orange wine from the Itata region of Chile. Mainly Torontel, Chasselas, Semillon, and Muscat d’Alexandria from organic, dry-farmed bush vines ranging from 100 to 200 years old. Grapefruit, orange pith, and sweet autumn clematis notes.
La Stoppa, Ageno Emilia Bianco, 2013 (750ml)
A top performer in the orange wine game, Ageno is mostly Malvasia and Ortugo. Emilia-Romagna based and highly loved and coveted wines, find out why for yourself. Be sure to grab some quality tinned fish, olives, and hard cheeses, and to go along with this
Marie et Vincent Tricot, Les Petites Fleurs Rouge, 2018 (750ml)
Vincent, a Loire valley native, learned about making wine with some of big names in natural Beaujolais before coming home to roost in Auvergne. In this bottle you find Old vine Gamay that sees a year in oak and no sulphur.
Enderle and Moll, Pinot Noir 'Basis', 2016 (750ml)
Enderle and Moll have a distinctly artisanal approach, employing biodynamic farming, hand-harvesting, and a simple, old-school basket press. The resulting wines are dynamic wines of terroir—remarkable in their dual expression of both lightness and heft.
Bisson, Vino Frizzante Trevigiana “Bianco delle Venezie”, 2018 (750ml)
Try this organic Glera from the Venteo. It’s bottle- fermented, unfiltered, and unfined, with delicate bubbles. This is Prosecco in all but name. Clean, bright, and refreshing with notes of acacia honey, white flowers, crunchy green apples, and tart necta
Masseria Starnali, Roccamonfina Aglianico Santo Sano, 2012 (750ml)
Everything you want for spaghetti and meatballs night. A blend of the underrated, noble Aglianico and piedirosso (which adds a beautiful spice). Don't be scared of some tannin in here. Notes of fresh garden soil, deep black cherry, and black pepper.
Yann Bertrand Fleurie 'Cuvee de Chaos' 2018 (750ml)
Yann grew up in Fleurie and really resisted becoming a wine guy- but sometimes it's just meant to be. This Gamay comes from 110 year old vines, but is presented by someone with a fresh interest in this ancient trade. Oh yeah, it's carbonic.
Edmunds St. John, Gamay Noir 'Bone Jolly', 2017 (750ml)
Steve Edmunds noticed that this Californian terroir had an affinity with Morgon, except that it was more like...a desert. But it works! Morgon with a touch of sunshine sounds pretty good to us, and that's exactly how this wine tastes.