Natural Wines 3 Pack

Regular price $58.00

The natural wine world is so vast, it's hard to pinpoint any one thing in common amongst all of the wonderful wines that come out of it. That being said, we've selected three of our current shop favorites here that show some of the range and versatility that these wines are capable of, from something elegant and refined to wines that completely blow your expectations out of the water!

The Domaine des 13 Lunes Blanc from the Apremont region of Savoie, France is an absoulutely delicious white wine that shows that natural wines don't always have to be "funky" or "barnyardy," though we do love those ones too! Made of 100% Jacquere, a grape unique to the Alpine regions of France, it's impossibly crisp, with a lively acidity that's perfectly well balanced by a smooth, round mouthfeel. Delicious on it's own, it's also a wonderful accompaniment to a wide range of foods, from light charcuterie to richer, saltier foods as well. 

Native Species Winery 'The Iron Bell' Frontenac Gris Rose Pet-Nat is an extremely unique Pet-Nat made in Grand Rapids, MI. Frontenac Gris is a hardy hybrid grape first bred at the University of Minnesota, specifically bred to tolerate harsher winters, making it a very popular varietal in the Midwest. This Pet-Nat by Native Species is truly an extraordinary expression of this grape. Unfined and unfiltered, this wine drinks surprisingly crisp, with a nearly electric zap of acidity and notes of red raspberries right off the bush. 

The Bulli 'Cor' Colli Piacentini Rosso Emilia-Romagna, Italy is a distinct Italian field blend of mostly old vine (10-50 year old) 60% Barbera, 30% Bonarda (Croatina), and 10% Uva Rara by winemaker Leonardo Bulli, the fifth generation winemaker to run the Bulli Estate. Fermented with native yeasts, practicing organic, and with no added sulfites, this wine offers everything one might look for from a natural wine. Although light and zippy with notes of crunchy red fruits, this wine also offers a farely rustic quality, with some surprising minerality and saltiness. While we love to put a chill on this supremely drinkable wine, it does need roughly 30-40 minutes of air to let those rustic tannins relax a bit.