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Bazalik Rysak

Bazalik Rysak
$29.00

A field blend of all varieties at the Bazalik vineyard. Wild yeast fermented and aged in Acacia barrels. Authentic and fun, this is a juicy rosé.

Bazalik 3 Supy

Bazalik 3 Supy
$29.00

A combination of 3 varieties from our vineyards Silván + Veltlín 3 weeks of maceration and fermentation on the skins, + Vlach Riesling, 3 months macerated and spontaneously fermented with the skins. The wine was pressed and put into oak barrels, where it matured for 1 year without added sulphur, irregularly mixed with fine lees using the Sur lie method. The malolactic fermentation took place spontaneously during aging in the barrel. Without filtration and clarification. Only 2200 bottles produced. A lively and fun amber orange wine.

Bazalik Intro

Bazalik Intro
$22.00

For Michal Bažalík, winemaking is a combination of craft, culture, tradition and love for the land, which he probably inherited from his ancestors. He took over the old barren vineyards above Svätý Jura a few years ago from the cooperative, and works them together with his family and friends. The vines are farmed using organic methods, and no chemicals are used in vineyards or cellar. “I think that life doesn’t need a lot. I want to live from what this earth gives me. I’m fascinated by creating, creating something from nothing, completely from the ground up. To live in a place where everything is born, to be a part of the whole process. To grow grapes with humility, without chemicals and with care for yourself and the environment. To make good wine from it with joy and to enjoy it with your loved ones. I think that’s how wine should be.

Pesecka Leanka aka Fetesca Regala. A delicate and authentic variety of Central Europe. This wine wild yeast fermented in stainless steel tanks. It’s low alcohol and delicate, fun wine for aperitif or brunch.

Chateau de Melin Hautes Côtes de Beaune Rouge

Chateau de Melin Hautes Côtes de Beaune Rouge
$32.00

In the heart of the vineyards, 12 km southwest of Beaune, the tall slate roof towers of the Château overlook the hamlet bearing the same name: Melin. Built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, it was aquired in 1999 by its present owners, Hélène and Arnaud Derats, who restored the chateau and also acquired the family winery, which includes 22 hectares of vineyards located in Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuit regions.

In 2000, Arnaud Derats educated as an Engineer and following a 10-year career in the construction industry, was captured by tradition: with his wife Hélène, they bought the Château de Melin, located on the town of AuxeyDuresses, and decided to settle the family estate vineyards. The Château de Melin currently operates 25 hectares of vineyards and produces 22 appellations: 20 in the Côtes-de-Beaune and 2 in the Côtes-de-Nuits areas. The vinification process , the aging and bottling of the wines is accomplished in our cellars at the Château.

The vineyards have been organic farmed since 2009. No pesticides, herbicides, nor chemicals. Alternatively, organic farming entails soil cultivation thru plowing, grass cutting and exclusive use of natural sulfur and copper as treatment against diseases on the vines. The ultimate goal is to obtain good quality grapes, evoking the best the Burgundy soil has to offer. Ecocert certified Organic since 2012.

100% Pinot Noir. Very colorful, with an intense aromatic expression of blackcurrant berries and other small red or black fruits. Powerful, associating with their tannins an always abundant softness and a good level acidity. Overall, it is a structured wine that will accompany game, braised lamb or red meat in a spicy stew.

Chateau de Melin Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc

Chateau de Melin Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc
$79.00

In the heart of the vineyards, 12 km southwest of Beaune, the tall slate roof towers of the Château overlook the hamlet bearing the same name: Melin. Built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, it was acquired in 1999 by its present owners, Hélène and Arnaud Derats, who restored the chateau and also acquired the family winery, which includes 22 hectares of vineyards located in Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuit regions.

In 2000, Arnaud Derats educated as an Engineer and following a 10-year career in the construction industry, was captured by tradition: with his wife Hélène, they bought the Château de Melin, located on the town of Auxey Duresses, and decided to settle the family estate vineyards. The Château de Melin currently operates 25 hectares of vineyards and produces 22 appellations: 20 in the Côtes-de-Beaune and 2 in the Côtes-de-Nuits areas. The vinification process , the aging and bottling of the wines is accomplished in our cellars at the Château.

The vineyards have been organic farmed since 2009. No pesticides, herbicides, nor chemicals. Alternatively, organic farming entails soil cultivation thru plowing, grass cutting and exclusive use of natural sulfur and copper as treatment against diseases on the vines. The ultimate goal is to obtain good quality grapes, evoking the best the Burgundy soil has to offer. Ecocert certified Organic since 2012.

Chateau de Melin Hautes côtes de Beaune blanc

Chateau de Melin Hautes côtes de Beaune blanc
$32.00

In the heart of the vineyards, 12 km southwest of Beaune, the tall slate roof towers of the Château overlook the hamlet bearing the same name: Melin. Built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, it was aquired in 1999 by its present owners, Hélène and Arnaud Derats, who restored the chateau and also acquired the family winery, which includes 22 hectares of vineyards located in Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuit regions.

In 2000, Arnaud Derats educated as an Engineer and following a 10-year career in the construction industry, was captured by tradition: with his wife Hélène, they bought the Château de Melin, located on the town of AuxeyDuresses, and decided to settle the family estate vineyards. The Château de Melin currently operates 25 hectares of vineyards and produces 22 appellations: 20 in the Côtes-de-Beaune and 2 in the Côtes-de-Nuits areas. The vinification process , the aging and bottling of the wines is accomplished in our cellars at the Château.

The vineyards have been organic farmed since 2009. No pesticides, herbicides, nor chemicals. Alternatively, organic farming entails soil cultivation thru plowing, grass cutting and exclusive use of natural sulfur and copper as treatment against diseases on the vines. The ultimate goal is to obtain good quality grapes, evoking the best the Burgundy soil has to offer. Ecocert certified Organic since 2012.

100% Chardonnay.

Chateau de Melin Maranges 1er cru Clos des Rois

Chateau de Melin Maranges 1er cru Clos des Rois
$55.00

In the heart of the vineyards, 12 km southwest of Beaune, the tall slate roof towers of the Château overlook the hamlet bearing the same name: Melin. Built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, it was aquired in 1999 by its present owners, Hélène and Arnaud Derats, who restored the chateau and also acquired the family winery, which includes 22 hectares of vineyards located in Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuit regions. In 2000, Arnaud Derats educated as an Engineer and following a 10-year career in the construction industry, was captured by tradition: with his wife Hélène, they bought the Château de Melin, located on the town of AuxeyDuresses, and decided to settle the family estate vineyards. The Château de Melin currently operates 25 hectares of vineyards and produces 22 appellations: 20 in the Côtes-de-Beaune and 2 in the Côtes-de-Nuits areas.

The vinification process , the aging and bottling of the wines is accomplished in our cellars at the Château. The vineyards have been organic farmed since 2009. No pesticides, herbicides, nor chemicals. Alternatively, organic farming entails soil cultivation thru plowing, grass cutting and exclusive use of natural sulfur and copper as treatment against diseases on the vines. The ultimate goal is to obtain good quality grapes, evoking the best the Burgundy soil has to offer. Ecocert certified Organic since 2012.

100% Pinot Noir. Very colorful, with an intense aromatic expression of blackcurrant berries and other small red or black fruits. Powerful, associating with their tannins an always abundant softness and a good level acidity. Overall, it is a structured wine that will accompany game, braised lamb or red meat in a spicy stew.

Chateau de Melin Saint Romain Blanc

Chateau de Melin Saint Romain Blanc
$33.00

In the heart of the vineyards, 12 km southwest of Beaune, the tall slate roof towers of the Château overlook the hamlet bearing the same name: Melin. Built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, it was aquired in 1999 by its present owners, Hélène and Arnaud Derats, who restored the chateau and also acquired the family winery, which includes 22 hectares of vineyards located in Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuit regions.

In 2000, Arnaud Derats educated as an Engineer and following a 10-year career in the construction industry, was captured by tradition: with his wife Hélène, they bought the Château de Melin, located on the town of Auxey Duresses, and decided to settle the family estate vineyards. The Château de Melin currently operates 25 hectares of vineyards and produces 22 appellations: 20 in the Côtes-de-Beaune and 2 in the Côtes-de-Nuits areas. The vinification process , the aging and bottling of the wines is accomplished in our cellars at the Château.

The vineyards have been organic farmed since 2009. No pesticides, herbicides, nor chemicals. Alternatively, organic farming entails soil cultivation thru plowing, grass cutting and exclusive use of natural sulfur and copper as treatment against diseases on the vines. The ultimate goal is to obtain good quality grapes, evoking the best the Burgundy soil has to offer. Ecocert certified Organic since 2012.

100% Chardonnay. Silky texture, well structured wine with a mineral back-bone, ample acidity balanced by ripe fruit.

Chateau de Melin Saint Romain Rouge

Chateau de Melin Saint Romain Rouge
$33.00

In the heart of the vineyards, 12 km southwest of Beaune, the tall slate roof towers of the Château overlook the hamlet bearing the same name: Melin. Built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, it was aquired in 1999 by its present owners, Hélène and Arnaud Derats, who restored the chateau and also acquired the family winery, which includes 22 hectares of vineyards located in Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuit regions.

In 2000, Arnaud Derats educated as an Engineer and following a 10-year career in the construction industry, was captured by tradition: with his wife Hélène, they bought the Château de Melin, located on the town of AuxeyDuresses, and decided to settle the family estate vineyards. The Château de Melin currently operates 25 hectares of vineyards and produces 22 appellations: 20 in the Côtes-de-Beaune and 2 in the Côtes-de-Nuits areas. The vinification process , the aging and bottling of the wines is accomplished in our cellars at the Château.

The vineyards have been organic farmed since 2009. No pesticides, herbicides, nor chemicals. Alternatively, organic farming entails soil cultivation thru plowing, grass cutting and exclusive use of natural sulfur and copper as treatment against diseases on the vines. The ultimate goal is to obtain good quality grapes, evoking the best the Burgundy soil has to offer. Ecocert certified Organic since 2012.

Maurer Crazy Lud Red

Maurer Crazy Lud Red
$19.00

The Maurer family has been producing wine for four generations. It was during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in the 19th century that they moved from Salzburg to the southern part of then Kingdom of Hungary, nownorthern Serbia. They farm 6 hectares in the Serbian wine region of Szabadka directly south of the HungarianSerbian border, and another 10 acres in the Fruška Gora mountain district in Srijem, Serbia, located 40 miles away from Belgrade and bordered by the Danube River to the north. Organic farming is practiced in all vineyards and harvests are always by hand. Fermentation is with wild yeast in neutral oak barrels or stainless steel tanks. All Maurer wines are unfiltered, unfined, with no sulfites added.

Crazy Lud is a cuvee of local sorts, made in light, drinkable style, it is low alcohol and delicious.

Chateau de Melin Santenay Rouge

Chateau de Melin Santenay Rouge
$39.00

In the heart of the vineyards, 12 km southwest of Beaune, the tall slate roof towers of the Château overlook the hamlet bearing the same name: Melin. Built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, it was aquired in 1999 by its present owners, Hélène and Arnaud Derats, who restored the chateau and also acquired the family winery, which includes 22 hectares of vineyards located in Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuit regions.

In 2000, Arnaud Derats educated as an Engineer and following a 10-year career in the construction industry, was captured by tradition: with his wife Hélène, they bought the Château de Melin, located on the town of AuxeyDuresses, and decided to settle the family estate vineyards. The Château de Melin currently operates 25 hectares of vineyards and produces 22 appellations: 20 in the Côtes-de-Beaune and 2 in the Côtes-de-Nuits areas. The vinification process , the aging and bottling of the wines is accomplished in our cellars at the Château.

The vineyards have been organic farmed since 2009. No pesticides, herbicides, nor chemicals. Alternatively, organic farming entails soil cultivation thru plowing, grass cutting and exclusive use of natural sulfur and copper as treatment against diseases on the vines. The ultimate goal is to obtain good quality grapes, evoking the best the Burgundy soil has to offer. Ecocert certified Organic since 2012.

100% Pinot Noir. Very colorful, with an intense aromatic expression of blackcurrant berries and other small red or black fruits. Powerful, associating with their tannins an always abundant softness and a good level acidity. Overall, it is a structured wine that will accompany game, braised lamb or red meat in a spicy stew.

Le Debit d’Ivresse ‘Dans la Lune’ red

Le Debit d’Ivresse ‘Dans la Lune’ red
$29.00

Luc Devot was a cook for 7 years, a fisherman for 3 years, musician, animator, educator. He had many lives before becoming a winemaker. He worked his first harvest with Jean-Louis Tribouley, who introduced Luc to natural wines. In the years that followed, many winemakers settled with similar cultivation and vinification methods. Driven by this momentum, and after training with Loïc Roure from Domaine du possible, he became a volunteer at the “La remise” wine fair. Although Luc had often worked in the vineyard, the three years spent at Philipe Wies winery (Domaine de la petite baigneuse) made him realise the reality of the profession to be a winegrower. Luc’s very first vinification was in 2017 and now he works with 4 hectares of vines. All wines are unfiltered, unfined, with tiny amount of added sulfites.

100% Lledoner Pelut, aka “Hairy Grenache,” a wild, indigenous variant of Grenache Noir.

From Bon Raisin:  “Hairy Grenache, also known as Lledoner Pelut, [is] a variant [of] Grenache Noir and an ancient varietal with it’s origins firmly planted both sides of the Pyrenees mountains in Catalonia. After a slight resurgence in the late 1990s, it’s now only possible to find around 250 hectares in production in France, and almost exclusively in the Languedoc-Roussillon.”

The grapes are hand-harvested and carbonically macerated in stainless steel for 8 days. The wine is pressed and completes fermentation in stainless steel, before being transferred to neutral oak for 7 months. The wine is racked back into neutral oak for one month before bottling unfined, unfiltered with a touch of SO2.

Gordia Natural Bubbles Rose

Gordia Natural Bubbles Rose
$29.00

Gordia is an indigenous name for the area above Ankaran, where Andrej Čep and his family have a restaurant with the same name. Their 3.5 hectares of vineyards and winery are less then a kilometer from the Adriatic Sea, and have been farmed organically since 2011. The proximity to the sea and the constant wind gives all the wines a salinity and minerality that balances the fruit flavors perfectly. All wines are produced without the use of chemicals and fermented with native yeasts, unfiltered, unfined and contain under 40ppm total sulfites. The winery has been using Georgian kvevri since 2011, and makes wine in similar style to the traditional Georgian method. Their fresh malvazija is lively and mineral. The pet-nats are refreshing and more complex then most. Their kvevri wine named ‘amfora’ is deep, complex and delicious. It easily rivals some of the best skin contact wines of Slovenia and Italy.

Gordia Malvazija

Gordia Malvazija
$22.00

Gordia is an indigenous name for the area above Ankaran, where Andrej Čep and his family have a restaurant with the same name. Their 3.5 hectares of vineyards and winery are less then a kilometer from the Adriatic Sea, and have been farmed organically since 2011. The proximity to the sea and the constant wind gives all the wines a salinity and minerality that balances the fruit flavors perfectly. All wines are produced without the use of chemicals and fermented with native yeasts, unfiltered, unfined and contain under 40ppm total sulfites. The winery has been using Georgian kvevri since 2011, and makes wine in similar style to the traditional Georgian method. Their fresh malvazija is lively and mineral. The pet-nats are refreshing and more complex then most. Their kvevri wine named ‘amfora’ is deep, complex and delicious. It easily rivals some of the best skin contact wines of Slovenia and Italy.

Gordia Natural Bubbles

Gordia Natural Bubbles
$29.00

Gordia is an indigenous name for the area above Ankaran, where Andrej Čep and his family have a restaurant with the same name. Their 3.5 hectares of vineyards and winery are less then a kilometer from the Adriatic Sea, and have been farmed organically since 2011. The proximity to the sea and the constant wind gives all the wines a salinity and minerality that balances the fruit flavors perfectly. All wines are produced without the use of chemicals and fermented with native yeasts, unfiltered, unfined and contain under 40ppm total sulfites. The winery has been using Georgian kvevri since 2011, and makes wine in simillar style to the traditional Georgian method. Their fresh malvazija is lively and mineral. The pet-nats are refreshing and more complex then most. Their kvevri wine named ‘amfora’ is deep, complex and delicious. It easily rivals some of the best skin contact wines of Slovenia and Italy.

Pivnica Cajkov “Intacto” Devin Skin Contact

Pivnica Cajkov “Intacto” Devin Skin Contact
$36.00

The Uhnak family is strongly linked with the village of Čajkov on the southern slopes of Sitno Volcano, Central Slovakia. They have been growing vine here for more than 500 years. The seal by the Archbishop of Estergom from the year 1666, which entitled our family to trade in wine and agriculture products, is a symbol and a materialization of my ancestors‘ abilities and at the same time it is a challenge for me to stay true to their legacy. The viniculture region under the Sitno Volcano is a magic place where two climates meet. The hot –southern part of Europe (Panon basin Pannonicum) overlaps here with the cold – northern part of Europe (West Carpathians – Carpaticum occidentale). Vineyards under the Sitno Volcano spread mostly over tuff. Soft tuff is volcanic ash and hard andesite is volcanic lava. Volcanic soil is porous and it perfectly absorbs water, gases, and oxygen that are subsequently available to grapevine roots penetrating the volcanic bed. Wild yeastfermented, Unfiltered, Unfined, No added Sulfites.

Eloquent wine with succulent acidic backbone & nutty, savoury touch, ending on raisins and rocks. A wonderful companion for the whole evening, ever-evolving in your glass.

Devín is the child of communist times – somebody in Slovakia once had the idea that we need our own type of Traminer, one that can survive our crazy winters. Thus, this grape was born: son of Traminer, daughter of Rotweisser Veltliner, aromatic yet resilient. Tbh, I never liked the wines it produced, but fate brought me a vineyard with some of it. I thought I’d pull it out as soon as possible, yet time went by and the vines still stood there, intact and proud. So, I dropped the attitude and took up the challenge. Using lower yields, a slightly oxidative elevage and multi-vintage blending, I turned my once-Nemesis into a new friend

Maurer Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Jumbo’

Maurer Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Jumbo’
$33.00

The Maurer family has been producing wine for four generations. It was during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in the 19th century that they moved from Salzburg to the southern part of then Kingdom of Hungary, nownorthern Serbia. They farm 6 hectares in the Serbian wine region of Szabadka directly south of the HungarianSerbian border, and another 10 acres in the Fruška Gora mountain district in Srijem, Serbia, located 40 miles away from Belgrade and bordered by the Danube River to the north. Organic farming is practiced in all vineyards and harvests are always by hand. Fermentation is with wild yeast in neutral oak barrels or stainless steel tanks. All Maurer wines are unfiltered, unfined, with no sulfites added.

Oszkar Maurer Jumbo is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. Wild yeast fermented in neutral oak, unfiltered, unfined, no added sulfites. A fabulous and authentic expression of Cabernet Sauvignon.

Maurer Kadarka Rock& Roll

Maurer Kadarka Rock& Roll
$36.00

The Maurer family has been producing wine for four generations. It was during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in the 19th century that they moved from Salzburg to the southern part of then Kingdom of Hungary, now northern Serbia. They farm 6 hectares in the Serbian wine region of Szabadka directly south of the Hungarian Serbian border, and another 10 acres in the Fruška Gora mountain district in Srijem, Serbia, located 40 miles away from Belgrade and bordered by the Danube River to the north. Organic farming is practiced in all vineyards and harvests are always by hand. Fermentation is with wild yeast in neutral oak barrels or stainless steel tanks. All Maurer wines are unfiltered, unfined, with no sulfites added.

Oszkar Maurer Karom Skin Contact Wine

Oszkar Maurer Karom Skin Contact Wine
$33.00

The Maurer family has been producing wine for four generations. It was during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in the 19th century that they moved from Salzburg to the southern part of then Kingdom of Hungary, now northern Serbia. They farm 6 hectares in the Serbian wine region of Szabadka directly south of the Hungarian Serbian border, and another 10 acres in the Fruška Gora mountain district in Srijem, Serbia, located 40 miles away from Belgrade and bordered by the Danube River to the north. Organic farming is practiced in all vineyards and harvests are always by hand. Fermentation is with wild yeast in neutral oak barrels or stainless steel tanks. All Maurer wines are unfiltered, unfined, with no sulfites added.

La Busattina Toscana Rosato

La Busattina Toscana Rosato
$23.00

In the southernmost part of Tuscany in San Martino between Mount Amiata and the sea, the Falcione family has been reviving their abandoned farm since 1990, using organic principles and eventually biodynamic, becoming Demeter certified a few years later.  The family owns 4.5 hectares planted only to local varieties, and their unique, high-elevation location allows for natural ventilation, making low-intervention, holistic farming according to biodynamic standards possible.

Emilio Falcione’s biodynamic haven high up in the mountains, far from civilization, teems with life – geese, bees, donkeys, horses, cows, goats, and one very large dog all doing their part to keep the equilibrium of the azienda. The wines have an historic feel to them – timeless – as if they could have been made in much the same way by his Etruscan ancestors.

 

Le debit d’Ivresse ‘L’appat du grain’ red

Le debit d’Ivresse ‘L’appat du grain’ red
$26.00

Luc Devot was a cook for 7 years, a fisherman for 3 years, musician, animator, educator. He had many lives before becoming a winemaker. He worked his first harvest with Jean-Louis Tribouley, who introduced Luc to natural wines. In the years that followed, many winemakers settled with similar cultivation and vinification methods. Driven by this momentum, and after training with Loïc Roure from Domaine du possible, he became a volunteer at the “La remise” wine fair. Although Luc had often worked in the vineyard, the three years spent at Philipe Wies winery (Domaine de la petite baigneuse) made him realise the reality of the profession to be a winegrower. Luc’s very first vinification was in 2017 and now he works with 4 hectares of vines. All wines are
unfiltered, unfined, with tiny amount of added sulfites.

Bazalik Bublean Pet-Nat

Bazalik Bublean Pet-Nat
$23.00

Pet-nat from Pesecka Leanka aka Fetesca Regala. A delicate and authentic variety of Central Europe. This wine is bottle fermented and unfiltered. Delicate bubbles, delicious sparking for any occasion.

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