June2021 Deluxe Wine Bag
We hope you enjoyed the selection in your last wine bag. Here is our June list of always-minimal intervention wines.
Domaine Dirler Cade Muscat (France)
50 Reasons Sauvignon Blanc by Neleman (Spain)
Organic Merlot by Pure Vision (Australia)
A soft, supple organic Merlot from South Australia, this deep purple wine gives fresh aromas of ripe red berries and rich black plums. On the palate you'll find notes of fruitcake from the French oak, and hints of pepper in the finish. A medium to full-bodied red that pairs well with a wide range of foods – match to spiced meat dishes or fruit-sauces.
In 2005, Ken founded Pure Vision, an organic and sustainable arm to the family business, and was joined by Chris. The brothers have over 40 years of experience in the vineyard now, and they are passionate about sustainable farming and organic farming practices. Visionaries in sustainable winemaking in Australia, Nature’s Step and Pure Vision create some of the most delicious, easy-drinking organic wines on the market.
Le Sylphe by M&S Bouchet (France)
From the region of Loire Valley, this is a powerful, impressive wine with red plums and cherries, herbaceous notes and earthy undertones. Nice acidity and medium tannins accompany the long finish – this is a joyous wine with a real expression of its terroir. Enjoy with roasted meats and rich stews.