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    Dutch Orange


    This full body orange wine is extraordinary in its refinement. Enjoy the smell of citrus fruits like orange and mandarin and a hint of smokiness. In taste you’ll discover very soft tannins and light bitters.

    This wine has had two months on used wooden barrels and then a 5-year ripening on stainless steel tanks. This time allowed the wine to keep the strong character of the orange wine but softened and refined it to its purest form.

    The Origin

    The VieVinVjenne vineyard in the Eastern Netherlands is very unique. In this first Dutch pure natural vineyard, the grapes are grown under conditions that go beyond merely organic. They never use chemicals and the handpicked grapes are 100% clean. The grapes are grown in a rich environment with herbs, flowers and even sheep are grazing here.

    Extra information
    • 14 % Alcohol
    • Wine to drink, not to keep
    • Store it dry and cool with constant temperatures
    • Wine pairing: a perfect combination with steak tartare and savoury dishes
    • Including an exclusively designed gift box

    This wine is extremely limited. There are only 650 bottles made.

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    Riesling d’Alsace


    This dry Unfiltered Riesling from Alsace, France, is a specific style of wine that offers a unique and distinctive experience for wine enthusiasts. The wine exhibit citrus notes such as lemon and lime, as well as stone fruit flavours like peach and apricot. You can also find floral aromas, such as white flowers and honeysuckle, along with the characteristic mineral notes.

    This Ay-Unfiltered Riesling can have a slightly cloudier appearance due to the presence of suspended particles and sediment, which is a natural byproduct of the unfiltered winemaking process. This can contribute to a fuller, more textured and richer mouthfeel compared to filtered wines.

    The Origin

    The Charles Frey vineyard is a pioneer in the bio dynamic agriculture in the Alsace. The Frey family settled in Dambach-la-Ville at the beginning of the 18th century with the ambition of growing wine. After many years of wine growing Charles Frey took a risk and in 1963 their first own bottles were produced. After several years of research, the entire farm was converted into a bio dynamic agriculture in 1997. This amazing adventure is far from over since the family Frey is now leaded by Dominique Frey and his two sons; Julien and Thiébaud.

    Extra information
    • 12.5 % Alcohol
    • Wine to keep (5 years)
    • Store it dry and cool with constant temperatures
    • Wine pairing: an excellent match for seafood, shellfish, and poultry dishes. It also pairs well with spicy Asian cuisine and creamy cheeses.
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