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Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Petits Grains
12.03% alcohol, 0.3 g/L sugar
Bright tropical nose filled with light florals is accompanied by a lush palate of ripe fruits and a bright finish. Pairs great with smoked fish, grilled chicken, and bright salads.
12.38% alcohol, 0.9 g/L sugar
Honeycomb, bruised yellow apple on the nose gives way to a soft caramel palate filled with lush orchard fruits and a kiss of minerality. Enjoy with halibut, hard cheese, and berries.
Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Melon de Bourgogne
11.91% alcohol, 0.1 g/L sugar
The nose is candied and bright with deep tropical fruit, followed by a fantastic body and structure with a smooth finish. Pairs very well with dark veggies, roasted nuts, and all seafoods.
Chardonnay is the world’s most popular grape for white wine. It’s also one of the top five most planted grape varietals in the world. The Romans began its cultivation thousands of years ago by breeding Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, and Gouais Blanc in French soils.
However, because of its popularity, many Chardonnay vineyards are victim to heavy industrial farming. Pesticides, herbicides, and machinery are often used to increase production of the precious grape.
As a result, it is rare to find Chardonnay in its natural, un-industrial form. Luckily, we found a few. Here is what makes Natural Chardonnay unique:
Chardonnay is an adaptable grape. It can grow in many different climates, from cold Burgundy to hot Italy. Because of this, it can express amazing terroir with honesty and vibrancy.
Most Chardonnay sold today is oaked, either aged in new oak barrels or injected with flavor from oak chips. Natural Chardonnay without new oak expresses a fascinating focus and precision.
Chardonnay that is not heavily manipulated or altered by commercial practices expresses unique flavors of mineral rock, lemon zest, and honeysuckle.
Each wine we source is lab tested by a certified, independent enologist to be less than 1g/L of sugar and less than 12.5% alcohol. Plus, since all the wines are grown organically on small family farms without additives or heavy machinery, they are a beautiful, toxin free way to enjoy alcohol.
Organic wine grown and made without additives tastes different from commercial, shelf wine. It is clean, vibrant and offers a natural pure palate experience. This fresh acidity complements food flavors of all kinds.
Caused by high alcohol and toxic additives, commercial wines give you a headache and hangover. Our low-alcohol, additive-free wines charge you with a lighter, fresher, more elevated buzz. Energizing you with a creative social spirit, and open the door to sharing more love. All while minimizing the negative remnants like hangovers and brain fog.
Because of their fresh profile, Natural Wines are best served chilled. A slight chill to reds, but not cold. For whites, rosés, and bubbles, ice for 30 mins; for reds, try 10-15.
Use smaller pours. This leaves headspace in the glass for the aromatics. It also lets you swirl the wine to aerate and activate the bouquet.
Wine is a social event! Invite friends and family, cook a meal, open multiple bottles, and celebrate.
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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.