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Wine orange natural German
Electric Chardonnay Acid Test is a mind-bender. The Chardonnay is planted on limestone soils and the bit of Riesling gives it an extra jolt. Rocky, mineral, and supple this fascinating Chardonnay is filled with golden apples and ripe pears. The Brand brothers make soulful wines that are defining what the northern Pfalz region is capable of.
Muller-Thurgau, Sylvaner, Chardonnay
Fresh and youthful with herby notes and pithy, raw grapefruit. Alcoholic, cloudy lemonade.
Wine orange natural German
Brand’s take on an Austrian “Gemischter Satz,” the “Wilder Satz” (translates to “wild things”) is the gateway drug into their sulfur-free “Pur” line. A blend of seven different white grape varieties, blended and bottled unfiltered, unfined, and with no added sulfur, this is the ultimate orange wine. Some texture and density, yet buoyant and clean, salty and refreshing.
$23.99Aromas of distant forests carried on a cool wind, freshly polished old boots. The palate has
linear acidity that kicks and bites from the front to the back, but in the nicest possible way.
The black and determined fruits and berries are firm and unforgiving initially but soften
with elegant earthy flavors entering the mix.Pinot Noir | Adelaide Hills – AustraliaNative yeasts used
Varietal: 100% Pinot noir
Fermentation: Native- 50% whole cluster
Aging: 10 Months in french barrique(67% new – 33% Second use)
Production: 1700 Cases
42% Chardonnay, 36% Pinot Noir, 22% Pinot Meunier. Composed of 56% from 2017 vintage, with the rest from their perpetual reserve stretching back to 2009. Dosage 8 g/l.
Baked apple, rich dairy scent – like strong Parmesan – and light autolysis. Modern, polished and crunchy, with a very savoury finish. Almost austere, and I might prefer a bit more ripeness or flesh. You can’t fault the stylishness, however. (RH) Purple Page
Producer Shelburne Vineyards — Iapetus
WineCategory Wine – Sparkling – Rose
Features Pétillant naturel
54% whole-cluster Marquette, 11% Louise Swenson, 11% St. Croix, 11% Marquette rosé, 5% La Crescent, 5% Plocher, 3% piquette
Aromas of cherry cola play with basil and black licorice; everything is rich, yet fresh and bright. The wine is light-bodied, but with a silky smooth weight kept fresh by medium+ acidity.
On the palate, Protolith wakes you up with popping-fresh red currants and acai, plus a nostalgic note of grape bubblegum. The finish is all freshly-cut green stems, with a lingering tingle.
100% La Crescent. Dry
The aroma is complex and layered, with notes of apricot, peach, raisin, white pepper, tea, rose water, and floral attributes; you could keep your nose in this all day. This vintage is light-bodied and has delicacy and balance.
On the palate, the tannins and acidity are integrated, with a tartness and texture reminiscent of tea and thick-skinned tropical fruits; you may be confused at first, but you’ll keep coming back.
Serve room temp or slightly chilled.
2020 Birches PetNat
Birches PetNat: Frontenac/Marquette (70%/30%), co-fermented on skins then pressed off, bottled at 2 brix, dark red, dry, brambly, blue-fruited, and best served with delicious salumi. Disgorged to order. Dark and deep in color, but also bright and light on the palate. SERVE COLD! Some sediment may occur as our wines are unfiltered
- Alcohol 11.00%