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Grape variety: Alicante (Grenache),Carignan,Alicante Bouschet
Style: Red Wine, Natural
Food pairing: Ethnic foods,homemade coleslaw,summer soup.
Description: Alicante is the local (and confusing) name for Grenache, but this is unlike grenache as most of us know it – light and fruity, with a rustic, earthy core, it’s so easy drinking it’s as well it comes by the litre…
Antonio Camillo Principio Ciliegiolo
Region: Italy, Tuscany
Grape variety: Ciliegiolo
Style: Red Wine,Organic
Food pairing: charcuterie, italian salami.
Description: ‘Cilie’ means ‘cherries’, and if near relative Sangiovese has cherry notes, this is concentrated essence of black cherry. Light in body, deep in colour, bright and intense in flavour – wine to make you smile.
Aphros Loureiro – Vinho Verde
Formerly the ‘Aphros’ project was known as Afros. Several important critics have rated this Vinho Verde wine highly: Wine & Spirits Magazine gave the 2009 vintage a score of 93. At various competitions this wine has been awarded a couple … Read More
Arndorfer Gruner Veltliner Strassertal
Region: Austria, Strassertal
Grape variety: Gruner Veltliner
Style: White Wine, Natural
Food pairing: Aperitif, seafood, asian food.
Description: A wonderfully refreshing and lively natural gruner. Great with South East Asian and other lightly spicy cuisines.
Au P’tit Bonheur
Region: France, Ventoux
Grape variety: Cinsault
Style: Red Wine,Natural
Food pairing: Try it ligthly child
Description: A thoroughly surprising Rhone red, from the slopes of Mont Ventoux. 100% Cinsault, it’s gossamer light and fresh as strawberry ice cream, but with an earthy, mineral backbone and a hint of funk.
Baglio Bianco, IGP
Region: Italy, Sicily
Grape variety: Catarratto
Style: Orange Wine, Natural
Food pairing: Pork, cheese, poultry
Description: Orange Curious? This is a great place to start. All the tannic structure and body that distinguishes orange wines from white but thoroughly approachable, downright easy drinking form.
Region: Italy, Piemonte
Grape variety: Cortese
Style: White wine
Food pairing: sea bass, mussels
Description: This is essentially a Gavi in its raw, natural state, offering a balance of creamy richness and fresh zesty citrus, apple and floral notes with hints of almond and walnut in the mix.