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Is it finally spring where you live? We’re definitely feeling it here. But hey, no worries if you're still feeling those winter vibes. We've got something for everyone in this month's MYSA box!

This is a perfect selection of wines for your springtime adventures, no matter what they might be. Rhone reds, Hungarian orange, Canadian sparkling, and much more abounds in this fantastic mix that truly showcases wines from across the globe.

We’re so glad that you decided to go on this journey with us and would love to hear what you think! Find us at hello@mysa.wine or tag us @mysa.wine.


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Club Pick 1

A ruby natural red wine with an intense nose of wild berry fruits, notes of forest herbs, smooth tannins, and a fun fruity finish!


Merlot, Garnacha, Sumoll, Syrah

Berries, cherries, peppers, olive, and chocolate!


  • 2021


  • 10

Funky Scale:

Mostly Funky


Glou Glou

Region: Catalonia, Spain

Hailing from Vilassar de Dalt in the heart of the Alella appellation, Oriol Artigas actually came to winegrowing serendipitously. He originally wanted to be a chemist (ala Jules Chauvet), but after working a harvest in Penedès, Oriol realized that a career in a laboratory wasn’t for him and enrolled in an enology program soon after. He then worked at several wineries across Catalonia, which led him to teaching enology at the local university. Landing a steady job enabled Oriol to explore his true passion: a project revitalizing old coastal Alella vineyards and making supremely transparent, non-interventionist wines that evoke the nearby Mediterranean, wines laced with garrigue and sea salt.​ Located just 15 kilometers north of Barcelona, Alella is a lesser-known region but has one of those familiar stories: A vineyard area that dates back to Roman times, once renowned for producing exceptional wines, and thanks to the appetite for seaside real estate, has now been whittled down to very little vineyard land. At just 220 hectares, Alella is one of Spain’s smallest D.O.’s. But the proximity to the Mediterranean, granite soils called sauló, and a plethora of native (read old) vines has inspired a cadre of growers to set up shop here and work to protect this area from extinction. There is no doubt that the quiet revolutionary Oriol Artigas is at the vanguard of this movement. Oriol began making wine casually, simply to be enjoyed amongst friends. But slowly he started to realize his calling, devoting himself to a career in winemaking full time in 2011. Oriol loved how it allowed him to showcase his homeland and roots, and how it allowed him to meet new people and discover the world. Since the official start of the project, Oriol has continued to grow each year, evolving and finding new ways to showcase the unique Alella terruño. His over-arching philosophy is to “cultivate the vineyards in the most natural and least interventionist way possible, to allow the grapes to express in the most intense way the landscape from which they come.” He works about 12 hectares in total, mostly of old vines. He allows vegetation to grow between the vines, prunes very little, and works the vineyards primarily along the lunar calendar. In the winery, fermentations are completely spontaneous, aging is primarily done in steel vats, and sulfur is never used at any point in his process. Oriol makes a wide variety of wines (sparkling, white, rosé, and red) the color of the wine being defined by which grapes grow in the vineyard. Ever restless, he is regularly adding to his repertoire of vineyards and wines, relying on the wisdom of the folks who originally planted these wild vineyards to make his cuvées. Each wine that Oriol produces has a beautiful refreshing texture with a subtle intensity of flavors - convivial Mediterranean wines with heart and soul. - Jose Pastor

Club Pick 2

This Rhône red blend has juicy red fruits (think cherry, strawberry, raspberry) with a hint of herb and peppery kick. Medium-bodied and easy to sip, it's perfect with burgers and pizza.


Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

Cherry, strawberry, raspberry, and pepper.


  • 2021


  • 13%

Funky Scale: Mostly Classic

Style: Food Wine

Region: Rhône, France

This 20-hectare, rich in biodiversity property is located in the outskirts of Lucca, Tuscany, Italy. Today, 5 wines are produced from the 3-hectare vines in the farm, including "Arcipressi", "Rosaspina", and "Rubino".

Club Pick 3

Canadian Pet Nat blend with tropical and stone fruit flavors, light floral aroma, citrus notes, bright acidity and a long finish!

L’Acadie, Chardonnay

Grapefruit, apple, pear, butter, and toast.


  • NV


  • 12%

Funky Scale: Middle of the Road

Style: Food Wine

Region: Nova Scotia, Canada

Benjamin Bridge, a renowned winery nestled in Nova Scotia's Gaspereau Valley, has carved a niche for itself in the Canadian wine scene. They've established themselves as a leader in sparkling wines, crafting exceptional traditional method bubbles using Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. Their signature "Benjamin Bridge NV" is a testament to their house style, offering a taste of their expertise. Beyond their sparkling acclaim, Benjamin Bridge also boasts a selection of still wines, including the celebrated Nova Scotia staple, "Nova 7." What truly sets Benjamin Bridge apart is their unwavering commitment to quality. Their dedication has been rewarded with numerous accolades throughout Canada, solidifying their reputation as a producer of exceptional wines. Furthermore, their sustainable practices in both vineyards and production methods demonstrate a deep respect for the environment.