Collection: Green & Flinty

These wines typically avoid new oak usage, with a preference for cooler climates, coastal locations, higher latitudes, or elevated vineyards to achieve their refreshing style. High-acidity grape varieties, often grown in warmer climates, contribute to this characteristic. Soils like limestone and chalk are thought to enhance minerality and acidity, although the exact relationship is not fully comprehended. Winemakers can manage acidity through techniques like acidification, primarily used to balance warm climate wines with elevated sugar levels.
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Natural Wine. Drink Better

Thereโ€™s so much to be excited about when it comes to natural wine, and so much to learn. Not only are natural wines sustainably produced - goodbye synthetic fertilizers, harmful pesticides, and mechanical till-farming - but they taste so much more fresh and alive than conventional wines.
Independent growers and winemakers harvest grapes by hand, and are passionate about every step of the winemaking process, from the field, to the barrel, to the glass. There truly is a story in every bottle.

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    All our growers use sustainable methods that are free from pesticides or any other harmful chemicals.


    Conventional wines can contain up to 350 parts per million sulfites, while the amount allowed in Natural wines hovers around 20 PPMS (parts-per millions).


    Commercial wineries can use up to 56 EU-approved additives (like toxic dimethyl dicarbonate) while our growers do not.

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