Fantastic Sale on Several Natural Wines Perfect for the Fall!
Great Sale on New Natural Wines
For today, we have a smattering of natural wines from around the world. All very different but all pretty much on the cheaper side with
fantastic possibilities for Autumn drinking and parties. And with this discount below, well this is a no brainer.
In my decade + in this business, I have never seen such love of natural wines from all demographics. Some Good Wine has slowly become a hot spot destination for these and in particular, natural orange wines. In fact, I would say around 50% of our online business is now dedicated to these categories.
- Wines Ready to Ship
- 10% off on 3, 15% off on 6, 20% off on 12
2018 Ruth Lewandowski Feints
Newsletter Price: $29.99
This is a red wine made from Arneis (a white wine), Dolcetto, Barbera, and Nebbiolo from Fox Hill Vineyard in Utah. This wine has a real cult following but we were lucky enough to get loads of it. At first glance it is light and fresh and easy on it's toes, but there is a lot more going on here with tons of life, vibrancy and energy. Supple where it seems at first glance to be racy. Such a great wine!
(Liter) NV Poderi Cellario E rosso
Newsletter Price: $21.99
Blend of Barbera and Dolcetto from Piedmont. What's not to like here? This is the kind of wine you would open for a autumn party and have people raving "what's this?...where is this great store you shop at?" all day and all night. This is a fun wineI––I know some people hate that–– but it really is the truth. So much life and kinetic energy sprinkled all around.
Newsletter Price: $19.99
100% Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand. A beginner's pet nat, i.e., not too funky and enough bubbles to make you remember it is sparkling at the end of the day. Cool and exotic notes of kiwi, grapefruit and meyer lemon with solid and juicy concentration.
Newsletter Price: $17.99
From Touraine in the Loire Valley. 50 year old Cab Franc vines; grapes are hand harvested destemmed, the juice remains in contact with the skins for 5-6 weeks with elevage takes place in cement tanks for a gentle introduction of oxygen to soften the wine. The wine is bottled lightly filtered with a small addition of sulfur. Light and fun Cab Franc with fresh berry and herb notes, slightly––notice I said "slightly"––effervescent with tingly acid and insane racy vibrancy. One of those cool natural wines that you don't need to think too much about!