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Frank Cornelissen, Susucaru Rosso, 2018 (750ml)
The Contadino bottling is now known as Susucaru Rosso! Mostly Nerello Mascalese with some local grapes rounding it out, the wine is beautifully perfumed with notes of wild flowers and spice, finishing with a cherry and ripe pomegranate note.
Viña Echeverria, 'No Es Pituko' Chardonnay Reserva, 2018 (750ml)
That cloudy, slightly salty, hint of funk but still refreshing kind of wine we find ourselves craving. Naturally made from old vines in the central valley of Chile, we love seeing these easy drinking, well priced gems on the scene.
Valentina Passalacqua, Sottoterra, 2018 (1L)
This Nero di Troia is grown on 80 hectares of vineyards in the north of Puglia on a calcareous white stone land of Kimmeridgian clay. The limestone gives this red a mineral backbone that leads to a bright, clean finish. Serve slightly chilled. Pair with
Pierre Cotton, Côtes de Brouilly '100% Cotton' 2018 (750ml)
Pierre Cotton works with only indigenous yeast, implements semi-carbonic maceration in cement before elevage in both foudre and barrique. Only neutral oak is used and he never fines or filters before bottling. No sulfur is added.
Frank Cornelissen, Susucaru Rosso, 2018 (1.5L)
IN MAGS! The Contadino bottling is now known as Susucaru Rosso! Mostly Nerello Mascalese with some local grapes rounding it out, the wine is beautifully perfumed with notes of wild flowers and spice, finishing with a cherry and ripe pomegranate note.
Domaine de La Grande Colline (Hirotake Ooka), Cornas, 2014 (750ml)
Hirotake started out in chemistry and biology before making his way to Bordeaux for oenology school. Syrah from 25 year old vines, spontaneously fermented in oak. As natural as it comes and quite special in our opinion.
Julien Altaber, Maranges Premier Cru 'Les Clos Roussots' 2018 (750ml)
Julien Altaber professes a non-interventionist approach to winemaking, where everything is done to stay as close as possible to the grape and the terroir, and in the cellar: spontaneous fermentation, no sulfur added, no filtration.
Pierre Cotton, Beaujolais 2018 (750ml)
Pierre Cotton is the son of a Beaujolais winegrower who became an oenologist at 20 then went to train with natural winemakers on the hillsides of the Loire. Native yeasts, carbonic maceration, aging in foudre, minimal sulfur, this wine is incredibly fresh
Zaro, Malvazija Pivol (Macerated), 2017 (750ml)
This is an Orange Wine full of sun and salt, texture and history. The juice ferments (spontaneously thanks to ambient yeast) on the (destemmed) grapes for 30 days in large Slovenian casks. It is bottled with a little sulfur but unfined and unfiltered.