New to Natural Wine and not quite sure you want to commit to more than three bottles just yet?
We would recommend you get started with these three budget-friendly wines then!
Claus Preisinger - Blaufränkisch Kalkstein
This easy-drinking wine is juicy, red fruit-foward and whilst you might not always expect it, this Austrian red should be served lightly chilled.
Grapes: Blaufränkisch / Alcohol: 12.8%
Heinrich - Naked White
A fresh, crisp white wine with floral finishes, this Austrian white wine is perfect for any beginner or as an easy drink on a weekday.
Grapes: Chardonnay, Weissburgunder, Welschriesling, Muskat Ottonel, Grüner Veltliner / Alcohol: 12,5%
Bodegas Cueva - Orange
An orange wine? You might have heard the phrase before but weren't quite sure what it means. An orange wine is basically a white wine that is fermented on the skins, which gives it a tannic structure and the more orange colour. This is an easy-drinking simple Spanish orange wine which will help you get acquainted with this type of natural wine.
Grapes: Macabeu, Tardana / Alcohol: 13,5%