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  • Christina Wines

    Christina Netzl is an enthusiastic winemaker and lover of nature. Christina grew up on her family farm in Carnuntum, Austria, where she still tends 28 hectares of vines. After studying oenology and wine management, this young winemaker learned the ropes of the wine trade in London, where she fell in love with natural wine and organic wine philosophies. Under Christina’s management, Christina Wines has been farmed organically since 2013, and the wines ferment with wild yeast since 2016. The estate is now certified organic. Christina experiments with native varietals, including Grüner Veltliner, Zweigelt and Sankt Laurent, amongst others.

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  • Malinga Wines

    Christoph Heiss is a well-known natural winemaker in Austria, known for his low intervention Rieslings made with organic farming — no chemicals added. Malinga is the winemaker’s new project, and it’s one he keeps close to his heart. The fruit for Mr Heiss’s Malinga wines comes from the best plots in his family’s 12-hectare estate Weingut Heiss, and it’s hand-harvested and fermented with wild yeast. The wine then goes through an extended maceration and bottled unfined and unfiltered.

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  • Weinbau Michael Wenzel

    Wenzel is all about making living wines with personality, “adding nothing and taking nothing away.” This is the very definition of natural wine, with no or very low sulfites added and made with ambient yeast.
    Weunbau Michael Wenzel calls Burgenland home, Austria’s source of fine red wine. Wenzel’s wines are not only of the highest quality, but they are also wild and free — raw wine at its finest. Of course, the vineyards here are tended by hand, with no chemicals added, as it has been done for 12 generations. Weinbau Michael Wenzel is not certified organic by choice; they do things right because it’s the only way they know.

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  • Weingut Weninger

    Franz Weninger has taken this Austrian winery to a world-class level thanks to his commitment to natural winemaking and organic farming. The Demeter-certified biodynamic estate owns 28 hectares of vines, specialising in red grapes. Robust or elegant, youthful or age-worthy, this Burgenland winery produces red wine for every occasion, and the wine is good. This is also one of the few estates championing Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and others, along with local varietals for a wine catalogue worthy of any cellar and wine list. Austrian red wine is finally gaining recognition, as it is as good as the country’s finest whites.

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  • Weingut Zum Pranger

    You can always recognise Zum Pranger’s wines for the smiley face on the bottle. That’s the fun spirit behind this very serious project — the wine is made naturally with pain-staking traditional methods. The Austrian winery specialises in Riesling, but they work with local and international varietals beautifully.
    Anna Gerland and Zane Berger are behind Weingut Zum Pranger. They bring their winemaking and culinary expertise to the table to craft low intervention wines on par with the best in the world. There’s magic in this small cellar, which is why the estate’s Smiley Face wines are loved by all.

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  • Christopher Barth

    Christopher Barth is a small-scale, one-man operation in Rheinhessen, Germany. With seven hectares planted with Riesling, Blauburgunder (Pinot Noir), and Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris), Christopher is doing everything right. The estate is certified biodynamic and organic, the living wine comes to life thanks to wild yeast, a product of organic farming, and it’s not filtered or unfined. No or very low sulfites added make the natural wine a noteworthy example of the German terroir. The wine is vinified per plot, type of soil and variety and blended skilfully by the young winemaker.

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  • Marto Wines

    German winemaker Martin Wörner, fondly known as Marto, makes natural wine with fruit from his three hectares of vines planted with Riesling, Dornfelder, Scheurebe, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir and other local varieties. Martin is part of the new wave of winemakers in the Rheinhessen and a third-generation producer in the picturesque village of Flonheim. The wines here are made with love. Wild yeast fermentations ensure honest wines, and old barrels give the wine personality. This is living wine, and it offers a rich tasting experience — treat yourself to this young man’s handcrafted libations.

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  • Vin de Lagamba

    Canadian Alana LaGamba is behind Vin de Lagamba and at the forefront of the natural winemaking revolution that has put the Rheinhessen on the map. Along with Martin “Marto” Wörner, Alana is one of the many young winemakers changing what we thought we knew about German wine. The wines are made with low intervention at the vineyard and winery, fermented with wild yeast, promoting skin contact maceration, and bottling them unfined and unfiltered. These are wines with personality. Alana’s enthusiasm is undoubtedly unmatched, and her wines are spontaneous — this is creativity, and you can taste it in the wine glass.

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  • Weingut Isegrim

    Klaus and Mira have been behind Isegrim winery since 1984. With 13 hectares of vines, all certified organic and sustainable, this is heaven for white and red wine lovers. The team behind this impressive estate says they don’t take things too seriously, but they’re some of the most committed winemakers at the foot of the Herrenberg, in Baden-Württemberg. Local and international varietals become natural wine with wild yeast fermentation, but the magic happens in the vineyards. Weingut Isegrim is all about vineyard management, with the utmost care for their home ecosystem. The hard work results in spectacular wine.

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  • Weingut Weigand

    “Wine is love,” says Andi, the 26-year-old winemaker behind Weingut Weigand. The estate in Franken, Germany, is certified organic, environmentally responsible and non-interventionist when making wine. The estate’s red, white and pet-nat are extraordinary, but more than contemplative, they’re fun to drink. This is living wine with no chemicals added and an exciting example of this century’s German wine. Of course, all the work is done by hand. No or very low sulfites are added to the wine, and it is bottled unfined and unfiltered. This is natural wine grown from a love of sustainability.

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