A Natural Selection



A Natural Selection


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'The natural wine world has never been culturally static, nor has it been about a grouping of growers making wines according to a single manifesto; it reflects a constant wild ferment of traditional approaches and fresh ideas.'

- Doug Wregg, of pioneering 'Natural Wine' importer Les Caves de Pyrene

The phrase 'Natural' wine gets thrown around a lot these days, and sometimes the core values of the movement get lost in the fray. For us, natural wine is made in the vineyard; utilising organic or biodynamic growing practices, and using as little human intervention as possible.

'Natural' wines offer honest, pure expressions of their natural environment, through the careful decisions a winemaker takes to get them into the bottle. The world of 'natural wine' is an exciting place, full of pioneering producers unearthing the beauty of their environment.

Discover some of our favourite 'Natural' wines in this delicious selection, which includes a fantastic Pet Nat and Orange wine.

Learn more about 'Natural' wine on our blog

In This Case:

1 x Mother Rock Wines, 'Force Celeste' Pet-Nat, 2021

Vegan / Sustainable

An energetic Pet-Nat that puts Pinotage in the spotlight. South Africa’s native grape is best known for its bright fruit and deep earthy character, which translate beautifully into this joyful rosé fizz. Slightly hazy salmon-pink in the glass, with aromas of raspberries, blood orange and earthy rhubarb. 

1 x Matthias Warnung, 'Potato Land' Gruner Veltliner, 2020


A brilliant modern twist on the classic Austrian white grape Gruner Veltliner. Made with a touch of skin contact, it has a bit more weight on the palate than you'd usually expect from this variety. Ridiculously moreish, crisp, bright and fragrant with notes of citrus and stone fruits, and a textured finish from those skins. Delicious!

1 x L'Archetipo, Fiano, 2020


This Fiano is truly gorgeous. On the label, a lotus leaf is represented and the symbolism here is important. It is known to be a flower of both purity and an expression of complexity, both of which Valentino and his family strive to achieve in this wonderful wine. Fiano, for them, is a Puglian variety whose aromas and flavours epitomise this symbolism perfectly. The result is a fragrant white, bursting with stone fruit and delicate florals, plus a mineral salinity on the finish.

1 x Pedro Olivares, Muscat 'Blanc D'Argila', 2022

Biodynamic / Orange

A shimmering skin-contact Muscat that looks like liquid gold in the glass. Gorgeous and expressive, with notes of orange blossom, red apple, fennel and grapes, plus a grippy texture on the finish. A perfect wine to enjoy with aromatic spices, or fatty pork dishes.

1 x Casa de Mouraz, Nina, 2020


A very special and unique Portuguese red from the Dao, that offers a delicate contrast to the usually robust, bold reds from this region. This field blend of 50:50 white and red grapes reminds us of volcanic reds from Gran Canaria or Tenerife, with the smokiness complimenting the plush fruit. A light, fragrant red that's packed with vibrant notes of violet, sour cherry, gunsmoke and smoked almond. 

1 x Envinate, Benje Tinto, 2021


A sensational, vibrant and expressive red from the teetering volcanic slopes of Tenerife. This blend of predominantly Listan Prieto (also known as País) hails from wonderful old vines that lend themselves to a deeper profile of crunchy red fruits, cherry, delicate lilac, and spicy pepper alongside a whiff of gunsmoke.