Eastern European Flight
Historic wine styles from Slovenia, Hungary, and Austria
3 Reds, 1 White
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Eastern Europe is one of the oldest wine making regions in the world.
Wine has been a part of the ancient culture for over 8,000 years. In fact, some of the first remnants of wine were discovered here in underground clay pots. Even today, Natural Wine growers still use underground clay tanks called amphora.
The diverse terroir in countries like Slovenia and Hungary boasts mineral rich soils ranging from clay to black volcanic, all brought to life by the Danube River (Europe's second longest river).
This region is the exclusive home of thousands of native grape varietals such as Saperavi and Teran. Eastern European wines offer a unique marriage of crisp acidity and intriguing, slate-touched minerality, supported by round, balanced tannins.
Even though it's the source of some of the oldest winemaking traditions in the world, Eastern Europe is still not recognized in the greater wine world for its exceptional translations of terroir. We hope to share this philosophy with you!
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Power. Grounding presence. Love for family. These are the themes we try to invoke in our Father's Day still life. Our artistic inspiration comes from the simple, raw austerity of the earth paired with the spilled red wine.
A pyramid of champagne coupes filled to the brim with bubbly expresses the elegance and grandeur of our sparkling wines. And don't forget the quartz blocks, glass elements, and florals - they add a rounded, polished feel to the piece.