Vin Nature

Vin Nature & Vin Vivant

 Le Coste by Gianmarco Antonuzi and Clementine Bouveron Le Coste is a renowned Italian winery located in Gradoli, a small town in the Lazio region of central Italy. This winery has gained significant attention and acclaim for its dedication to natural winemaking practices and its commitment to producing high-quality, terroir-driven wines. Founded by Gianmarco Antonuzi and Clementine Bouveron, Le Coste focuses on organic and biodynamic viticulture, which involves working in harmony with nature and the surrounding ecosystem. The vineyards are cultivated without the use of synthetic chemicals or additives, and great care is taken to ensure that the grapes express the unique characteristics of the land. Le Coste primarily cultivates indigenous grape varieties, including Trebbiano, Malvasia, Aleatico, and Sangiovese, among others. These grapes are hand-harvested and undergo minimal intervention during the winemaking process. Fermentation occurs naturally with native yeasts, and the wines a

Els Jelipins " El Penedès Superior a place called Font-Rubí

  Els Jelipins Owner & winemaker: Glòria Garriga & her daughter Berta Gloria with her husband and daughter, they start making wine in 2001 I a very very special plots of El Penedès Superior a place called Font-Rubí, on alluvial soil with slate, granite, and quartz; clay and limestone.   Sumoll, the grape that all their wines are based on: Winemakers like Glòria, who appreciate Sumoll's unique beauty and mineral notes, play a crucial role in changing the trend and encouraging the recovery of this grape variety. Their dedication to preserving and showcasing the distinct characteristics of Sumoll contributes not only to the biodiversity of the region but also to the diversity of wines available to consumers. Drought-resistant and naturally low-yielding, add to its uniqueness and character. The fact that it was nearly extinct in the 1980s, with less than one hundred hectares planted in 2013, highlights the efforts required to preserve and promote indigenous grape varieties. Age

FRANCE – ARDÈCHE Force Boisson – Daniel Sage

Force Boisson – Daniel Sage Daniel Sage makes his wines on an old farm outside the village of Riotord in Haute-Loire. The farm is situated at altitudes upwards of 1000 meters. The vineyards that Daniel looks after himself are located in Bogy, a village that is part of the Saint-Joséph area. The rest of the fruit comes from good friends like Vincent Fargier in Villeneuve-de-Berg, Gérald Oustric in Valvignères, and Christelle Dufours in Aspiran. For several years, the wines have been created in collaboration with partner Jordi Torgue. Previously he ran a small wine shop in Lyon where he sold and distributed artisanal wines. Before starting to make wine on his own, he worked with Loïc Roure at Domaine du Possible in Roussillon, as well as with Jean Delobre at La Ferme des Sept Lunes in Saint-Josèph. The first vintage was in 2011. That year the wines Grange Bara Rouge and Février - both from Syrah - and Grange Bara Blanc from Roussanne were made. The vines grow in sandy granite soils in Sa

Franz Strohmeier "Weststeiermark"

  Franz Strohmeier is an Austrian winemaker known for his natural and biodynamic approach to winemaking. He operates his winery in the region of Styria, Austria. Franz is committed to producing wines that reflect the unique characteristics of the terroir and the grape varieties he cultivates. In the cellar, Franz Strohmeier takes a minimal intervention approach. He employs spontaneous fermentation using indigenous yeasts, allowing the wines to develop their unique flavors naturally. local grape varieties, such as Blauer Wildbacher and Gelber Muskateller, Chardonnay locally called Morillon, Sauvignon blanc, and also hybrid varieties. His wines have garnered praise among natural wine enthusiasts and critics for their purity, complexity, and ability to showcase the distinctive terroir of Styria. Furthermore, he often employs extended skin contact during fermentation and aging. This technique, known as maceration, allows the wines to extract more color, flavors, and tannins from the grape

Nino Caravaglio Heroic viticulture Salina

Wikipedia Photo  Caravaglio is a renowned wine producer located in Salina, a picturesque island in the Aeolian archipelago of Italy. With a rich history dating back to the 1800s, Caravaglio has become synonymous with producing high-quality wines that reflect the unique terroir of the island. The winery is known for its dedication to traditional winemaking techniques and its commitment to preserving the natural beauty of the land. The vineyards of Caravaglio are nestled on the volcanic slopes of Salina, benefiting from the fertile volcanic soil, abundant sunshine, and cooling sea breezes, which contribute to the distinctive character of their wines. Nino Caravaglio primarily focuses on producing wines from indigenous grape varieties, such as Malvasia delle Lipari, Corinto Nero, and Nerello Mascalese. These grape varieties thrive in the island's terroir and showcase the rich flavors and aromas unique to Salina. The winemaking process involves a careful balance between tradition and i

Ca Boit de Vin Libre is Damien Bastien Goddard

 The wines of Savoie, are produced in the eastern part of France, nestled in the Alpine region near the borders of Switzerland and Italy. Savoie is a relatively small wine region, but it boasts a diverse range of unique and charming wines. The vineyards are scattered across the steep slopes of the French Alps, where the cool climate and mineral-rich soils contribute to the distinct character of the wines. The Savoie wine region is primarily known for its white wines, although it also produces some delightful reds and rosés. The white wines account for the majority of the production and are made from grape varieties such as Jacquère, Altesse (also known as Roussette), and Chasselas. Jacquère is the most widely planted grape in the region and produces crisp, dry wines with delicate floral and citrus notes. Altesse, on the other hand, is a more aromatic variety, giving rise to wines with a fuller body, hints of honey, and a touch of minerality. Roussette de Savoie is a special appellation