All Queens - six sensational wines from women winemakers
A case of truly outstanding wines made by women winemakers -
Barco del Corneta, Cucú Verdejo, Spain - Beatriz Herranz has put her heart and soul into truly getting to know Verdejo. This is a fresh and delightful young wine, bursting with bright citrus zests, bitter melon, herbs, and cool mineral nuance from vineyards situated in La Seca, Valladolid at an altitude of 750 metres. Organic. Vegan
Birgit Braunstein, Wildwux, Burgenland, Austria -
For this wine, chardonnay is grown on the slopes of the Leitha mountains with a microclimate moderated by Lake Neusiedl and the shelter of the Leithaberg forests. The vineyards are worked biodynamically without use of pesticides and with herbs and flowers growing between the vines.
An elegant unoaked chardonnay with tropical fruit on the nose, refreshing acidity and full body. An ideal accompaniment to fish or an Indian vegetable curry. Organic. Vegan
Orange / Amber
Vino di Anna, Palmento Vino Bianco, Sicily - Anna Martens made wine in Australia before finding Sicily. This is a field blend of indigenous grapes grown on the north side of Etna, a portion has a week on skins and the result is an incredibly complex but ever so drinkable white. Organic. Vegan.
Judith Beck, Pink, Burgenland, Austria - A beautiful (and beautifully labelled) dry but intense rosé made by Judith Beck from local grape Zweigelt. Bursting with red fruits and herbal touches. Biodynamic. Vegan
Foradori, Foradori, Tereldego Rotaliano 2021, Trentino, Italy - Elisabetta Foradori is one of the 11 members of the Dolomitici manifesto, a group united by friendship, solidarity and the common vision; the valorisation of the originality and diversity in trentino wine-growing, while respecting shared production ethics. Elisabetta is leading the way when it comes to biodynamics and saving and restoring native grapes of Trentino, namely Teroldego. Biodynamic. Vegan
La Calmette, Serpent à Plumes, Vin de France, Cahors, France - Maya Sallée (pictured) at Domaine la Calmette in Cahors, South West France, has brought her technical expertise to a very natural producer. ‘Trespotz’ is the name of their village in Occitan (ancient local language still spoken today). The wine features grapes from all their parcels and from all soils present in the village. Trespotz means ‘Trois Puits’ or ‘Three Wells,’ which has been a distinguishing feature and a huge asset of this unusual village since Roman times.
Herbal, violets, soft, integrated tannins. A fantastic wine to enjoy with the local food, quality cheeses and good friends.
This case contains one bottle of each of these wines. If any is out of stock or becomes unavailable it will be replaced by one of equal or greater value and deliciousness.