Domaine Viret – Organic, Biodynamic, Cosmocultural, Natural and Raw, deliciousness

Domaine Viret ‘Cosmoculture Wines’ Mixed Case
Rhône, France
Regular price $402.40 per case
12 bottles per case

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Advocates of the principles of organic and biodynamic agriculture, the Viret family has chosen to employ a particular form of natural viticulture throughout their estate located in Saint Maurice, Rhône. Known as “cosmoculture®”, this is based on cosmotelluric exchanges. Everything is organised in such a way that both vines and wines are able draw on their own natural defences.



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Domaine Viret Solstice Rouge 2021

Solstice Rouge is an easy drinking wine, with no chemical additives, made from a blend of red grapes, with nothing added and nothing taken away. It is natural and unfiltered and is quite inky in appearance with earthy undertones. The palate is fruity and earthy, with notes of black pepper and garrigue. On the palate is delicate and elegant, with nicely integrated tannins. Perfect to pair with meat stews or grilled meats with aromatic herbs.

Regular price $26.95 per bottle ($323.40 per case)
12 bottles per case

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Domaine Viret Solstice Blanc Dry 2021

Solstice Blanc is a thirst-quenching natural white wine with aromas of flowers and stone fruit made from Vermentino, Muscat petit grain, Marsanne, Viognier, Clairette and Bourboulenc grown in the south-facing terraces of Aygues. It was hand-harvested and fermented with native yeasts in concrete vats. Full bodied, on the nose it has aromas of almonds and lime zest, and a hint of wild Mediterranean herbs and spice. On the palate, it is round and creamy, with notes of vanilla, orange peel and candied grapefruit.

Regular price $34.95 per bottle ($419.40 per case)
12 bottles per case

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Domaine Viret Energie 2021

From young vines of Syrah with a splash of Mourvèdre and tiny amounts Picpoul Noir, Vaccarèse, Muscardin, and Counoise, “Energie;” vinified and aged in a combination of cement and steel tanks for one year with no added sulfur. The long but gentle infusion-method of extraction gives this wine great clarity of line, with pure, ringing acidity and a tasteful spiciness that speaks more of the northern Rhône than the frequently coarse Syrah of these southerly zones; its name could hardly be more apt.

Regular price $28.95 per bottle ($347.40 per case)
12 bottles per case

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Domaine Viret Renaissance 2017

It’s a beautiful, powerful blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre, aged in concrete for 24 months, to preserve the natural fruit flavours. This blend shows powerful, ripe dark fruit, leather, black olives and an array of herbs and spices that linger well into the finish. This can easily be enjoyed on its own, but will just as well accompany hearty stews, game & well-seasoned grilled meat or vegetables.

Regular price $34.95per bottle ($419.40 per case)
12 bottles per case

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Exopto is Latin for “to long for” or “to desire greatly” and it is the dream of Frenchman Tom Puyaubert and his family to endeavor to craft and assemble wines where the whole adds up to more than the sum of their parts.  Tom relocated from France to Rioja in 2000 after falling in love with the region and working for the French cooperage Saury as its Spain representative.



When Tom began Exopto, he wanted to do a project that produced wines within this historical context of Rioja – combining both worlds in a unique way.  His idea is to remain true to the blending of the principle grape varieties and to do so from the best terroirs/villages for those varieties crossing sub-regions of Rioja.   Each wine though, has a majority of a different principle grape – showcasing that variety specifically within the context of a blend.  The viticulture and winemaking model is that of the “vigneron” days – small plots of vines in the extremes, wild yeast fermentation in concrete or old oak vats and then aging in a way to showcase the fruit, minerality and terroir not the wood or aged flavours that people often associate with Rioja.



Bozeto de Exopto Rioja 2020

Deep red with a bright rim. Spicy cherry and black raspberry on the nose, with brisk mineral and floral overtones. Juicy and focused, offering sweet raspberry and blackberry flavours and snappy acidity. Impresses with precision rather than power, and finishes with juicy berry flavours and good persistence.

Enjoy this wine with grilled meats, roasted turkey and cured cheeses.

92 points (2021) – Robert Parker
Regular price  $22.95per bottle ($275.40per case)
12 bottles per case






Located in the town of Pilio, about thirty miles east of Rome, Abbia Nova is the project of cousins Daniele and Pierluca Proietti. They farm 7 hectares of vines, mostly inherited from Daniele’s father, with many of the vines being indigenous varietals to the area. Some of these vines are at least eighty years old.



The cousins follow a combination of natural and traditional methods both in the vineyards and in the cellar, starting with organic and then moving to biodynamic principles. They avoid treatments like sulphur and copper and instead use natural resistance methods that they produce themselves. Their wines are vegan-friendly and organic certified from vintage 2020 on.

Abbia Nòva ‘Artisanal Wines from Lazio’ Mixed Case
$198.70 per case
6 bottles per case
*HST & bottle deposit not included.

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Made from the ancient Roman grape Cesanese d’Affile, this handcrafted wine is juicy with aromas of fresh red berries and also of darker fruit such as blackberry. There is smoke, hints of fresh herbs and a shy note of nutmeg too. The acidity on the palate is vibrant and full of lively energy.

Dress your table like a trattoria and pair this wine with spicy Italian dishes, like bucatini all’amatriciana.

$28.95per bottle ($347.40per case)
12 bottles per case

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Senza Vandalismi Bianco is made from Passerina, an ancient and traditional grape of the Marche region but also cultivated in the Lazio.

Leaning on the refreshing side of oxidation, on the nose, this young wine boasts intense evolution, leading with apple and pear compote, lemon lime cordial, macadamia nuts and salted almonds. It’s full but fresh on the palate, rich with tension and backed by a beautifully balanced acidity.

The perfect wine to have al fresco with vegetarian and fish-based dishes.

$28.95per bottle ($347.40per case)
12 bottles per case

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A delicate and floral Barbera, as we tiptoe into Fall.

Not your average Barbera d’Asti. Sustainable and vegan-friendly.

Cascina Castlèt Barbera D’Asti ‘Vespa’ 2021
Piedmont, Italy

$22.95/bottle ($275.40/case of 12)
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Cascina Castlèt has been a long-standing family business for generations. Mariuccia Borio (far left Vespa rider on the wine label) is the current winery owner. She inherited the estate from her father in 1970, with a focus on developing her terroir and the local varieties.



Clusters of Barbera grapes were hand-harvested to create a lip-smacking wine with enticing aromas of blackberry, cherry, and delicate flowers. This wine is balanced and fresh, with a subtle note of minerality.

Perfect with white and red grilled meats, salami and young cheeses.

Decanter – 92 points – Top 40 Barbera d’Asti
James Suckling – 91 points
Wine Align – 90 points

About the label

This black-and-white photograph of Mariuccia and her cousins on a Vespa was colourized and became the label of the Barbera d’Asti ‘Vespa’. A beautiful snapshot capturing the girls in the 1950s and a testament to the family’s heritage.



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