Jamie Goode's 'Regenerative Viticulture' Selection



Jamie Goode's 'Regenerative Viticulture' Selection


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This mixed case has been selected by Jamie Goode to accompany his latest book on Regenerative Viticulture. You can read an exclusive excerpt on our blog here. 

What is regenerative farming?

'The overall concept is one of taking something that has been damaged or misused, and then regenerating it: modern agriculture has depleted the life and functioning of the soil, and this is about farming in such a way as to restore it, make it healthy, to replenish what has been taken out, to encourage biodiversity, and get it functioning again...

... Regenerative farming borrows from permaculture ideas and ways of farming practised by many indigenous people, who see themselves as part of the land, rather than owners of it. It’s new but it’s old.'

Learn more about this fascinating approach to farming, through Jamie's selection which highlights producers working this way. Plus you can delve deeper into the topic through a signed copy of Jamie's book included in each case!


1 x Signed copy of Jamie's excellent new book 'Regenerative Viticulture'

Read an excerpt on our blog now

1 x Tetramythos, Malagousia natur, Greece 2021

Tetramythos are making stunning wines in the Northern Peloponnese, and this 'natural' Malagousia, crafted from organically farmed grapes, showcases this mountainous Greek region very well.

1 x L'Enclos de Peralba, 'Els Presseguers', Penedes, Spain 2018

Enclos de Peralba is such an interesting project, cultivating the traditional varieties of Penedes and then making terroir-driven whites from them. This Xarel.lo is one of my favourites in their range.

1 x Bret Brothers, Vire-Clesse 'Le Verchere', Burgundy, France 2020

The Bret Brothers have shown what is possible to coax from the interesting terroirs of the Mâconnais, through precise farming and sympathetic winemaking. This particular Chardonnay is from 50-year-old organically farmed vines.

1 x Juan Antonio Ponce, La Xara, Manchuela, Spain 2021

Juan Antonio Ponce has been doing amazing work in the unfashionable Spanish region of Manchuela, and 'La Xara' is his take on Garnacha. It is beautifully elegant, and sourced from 25-year-old vines farmed biodynamically.

1 x Terroir al Limit, 'Terroir Historic' Red, Priorat, Spain 2019

This is a brilliant 'back-to-the-future' wine, using old methodologies to capture the essence of modern Priorat by blending grapes from different parcels. 100% whole bunch, and 100% smashable!

1 x Gramenon, Cotes du Rhone 'Poignée de Raisins', France 2021

Gramenon farm biodynamically in the Sourthern Rhone, and this is a naturally made Grenache 'Cotes du Rhone' that captures this unique place so well.