Low Budget Tester Box

€35,00

Price includes taxes, but not delivery

You heard about Natural Wines and want to know how different they can taste to the conventional stuff you might be getting in the supermarkets?


We've put together this box for those of you who are totally new to Natural Wine and want to know how different it tastes.

Whilst these wines might not be premium enough for some fancy restaurants, they'll give you an idea of some Natural Wines' characteristics, as we'll explain below...  

So what's in the box?

Mirco Mariotti - Smarazen

This is what's known as a Pét-Nat wine. It's a sparkling wine, but unlike most other sparkling production methods this one finishes its fermentation IN the bottle. This creates quite a different bubble experience, and you'll notice it has a richer flavour-profile than the sparkling wines made for supermarkets. It's not refined in the sense of champagne or stylish prosecco, instead it's unfiltered and might have a slightly strange aroma at first. Some of these wines are a little unstable because of their artisan production methods, especially with the fermentation in the bottle so can sometimes bubble over if not cold enough on opening. So, serve it very cold and give it a few sips to get used to it.

This one in particular from Italian producer Mirco Mariotti is refreshing with some yeasty notes that might make some people think of a beer. Dare we say, it could be what some people may refer to as a little "funky" ! It has a slightly salty, mineral finish, and would work well for a celebration or hot afternoon.

Enderle & Moll - Pur

This is a lovely unfiltered, very gluggable white wine! Made by German producer Enderle & Moll, this wine's use of the Müller-Thurgau grape gives us lovely notes of apricots, gummibears, lemon zest, mild grapefruit and a touch of salt... but everyone's palate is different - what do you taste with it?

Let us know, we'd love to find out! We're sure you agree this has a super easy drinking, juicy texture and fantastic mouthfeel - unlike what you might be used to assuming you are new to natural wine...

Denavola - Catavela

You might have heard of orange wines? They're not actually made from oranges hehe, but instead grapes! And we wanted to include one here so you can give them a try! Orange wines, otherwise known as 'skin-contact' wines are made using white grapes which are left to ferment with their skins too, just like a red wine usually is (but a white wine is usually not). In a nutshell, an orange wine, is a white wine made similar to how a red wine is made.

This creates a totally different flavour-profile, as the skins contain a lot of flavour, and tannin. Instead of the usual white-wine flavours, you'll find orange wines veer more towards sour and sometimes bitter (in a pleasant way!). Interestingly, they also sometimes have flavour notes of sherbet, candied orange, green tea, bruised apple or unsweetened honey. They take some time to get used to, but regardless they are often very special and many natural winemakers nowadays make them because of the unique flavour-profiles that can be achieved with them.

This skin-contact wine from Emilia-Romagna producer Denavola is aromatic in its florality, citrus-dominant, herbal and perhaps even a little tart for some! Some might think of tropical orange sodas when drinking it - very interesting indeed!

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You heard about Natural Wines and want to know how different they can taste to the conventional stuff you might be getting in the supermarkets?


We've put together this box for those of you who are totally new to Natural Wine and want to know how different it tastes.

Whilst these wines might not be premium enough for some fancy restaurants, they'll give you an idea of some Natural Wines' characteristics, as we'll explain below...  

So what's in the box?

Mirco Mariotti - Smarazen

This is what's known as a Pét-Nat wine. It's a sparkling wine, but unlike most other sparkling production methods this one finishes its fermentation IN the bottle. This creates quite a different bubble experience, and you'll notice it has a richer flavour-profile than the sparkling wines made for supermarkets. It's not refined in the sense of champagne or stylish prosecco, instead it's unfiltered and might have a slightly strange aroma at first. Some of these wines are a little unstable because of their artisan production methods, especially with the fermentation in the bottle so can sometimes bubble over if not cold enough on opening. So, serve it very cold and give it a few sips to get used to it.

This one in particular from Italian producer Mirco Mariotti is refreshing with some yeasty notes that might make some people think of a beer. Dare we say, it could be what some people may refer to as a little "funky" ! It has a slightly salty, mineral finish, and would work well for a celebration or hot afternoon.

Enderle & Moll - Pur

This is a lovely unfiltered, very gluggable white wine! Made by German producer Enderle & Moll, this wine's use of the Müller-Thurgau grape gives us lovely notes of apricots, gummibears, lemon zest, mild grapefruit and a touch of salt... but everyone's palate is different - what do you taste with it?

Let us know, we'd love to find out! We're sure you agree this has a super easy drinking, juicy texture and fantastic mouthfeel - unlike what you might be used to assuming you are new to natural wine...

Denavola - Catavela

You might have heard of orange wines? They're not actually made from oranges hehe, but instead grapes! And we wanted to include one here so you can give them a try! Orange wines, otherwise known as 'skin-contact' wines are made using white grapes which are left to ferment with their skins too, just like a red wine usually is (but a white wine is usually not). In a nutshell, an orange wine, is a white wine made similar to how a red wine is made.

This creates a totally different flavour-profile, as the skins contain a lot of flavour, and tannin. Instead of the usual white-wine flavours, you'll find orange wines veer more towards sour and sometimes bitter (in a pleasant way!). Interestingly, they also sometimes have flavour notes of sherbet, candied orange, green tea, bruised apple or unsweetened honey. They take some time to get used to, but regardless they are often very special and many natural winemakers nowadays make them because of the unique flavour-profiles that can be achieved with them.

This skin-contact wine from Emilia-Romagna producer Denavola is aromatic in its florality, citrus-dominant, herbal and perhaps even a little tart for some! Some might think of tropical orange sodas when drinking it - very interesting indeed!

We're a BRAND NEW webshop with lots keeping two people busy - as we are featuring over 700 natural wines from multiple importers! We ask for a little patience in reading more info about this wine - we're hoping to add it soon.

If you're keen to see this wine's specific production methods or history of the producer, we suggest checking the producer's website for now. Thanks for your understanding :)

DELIVERY

YES! We can deliver to you!   

TIME AND AVAILABILITY

Our delivery is quite unique, as we work with our partner importers who supply us the wines to ship to you. This allows you to have much more choice than one shop in general, but the only thing we ask in return is a little patience in delivery and the understanding, that their might be the possibility that one of your wines could be unexpectedly out of stock.  and

If ordered by 1pm on Tuesday, we pick up the ordered wines on Wednesdays from our partners, and aim to dispatch the same day! If in Germany, you can expect your wines within 2-3 working days of his day. If elsewhere in Europe, expect up to 9 working days.
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