February 2023 | Red Club

cozy red natural wine
cozy red natural wine

Welcome to the February Red Club from MYSA Natural Wine! 

A note from our founder:

This month we have a LOT of heavy hitters, so great job being in the club :) Then we have 2 big names in Italian and US wine that are typically out of reach for the club that I was able to secure just enough to get into this club! If you loved these you can check out the others (while supplies last) as we have a whole group of Do.te and Old World Winery wines this month! Rounding it out we have a beautiful take on Aglianico (pizza anyone?!) and an Oz cab franc that is super food friendly!

-Holly, Founder - MYSA Natural Wine

  1. Martedis - Vigneti Tardis
  2. Bloom - Old World Winery
  3. Cab Franc - Airlie Bank
  4. Joe-San Toscano Red - Do.t.e.
  5. Wine Evaluation Sheet

Martedis - Vigneti Tardis

Campania - Italy



A ruby red natural wine with red berry fruit flavors, pinot-noir-like fruitiness, slightly sweet and juicy on the palate with grippy tannins, and a short spicy finish!

Pairings: Soppressata and Cheese in Puff Pastry, Shredded Beef Barbecue, Grilled Vegetable and Fontina Pizza

Serving Temperature: 60°- 68°

About Vigneti Tardis

Vigneti Tardis Winemaker

"Vigneti Tardis is a Sommelier meets Winemaker collaboration. Jack and Bruno created Vigneti Tardis in summer 2017, making enough wine to start their story while in 2018 they made their first full range of 5 wines and up to 25,000 bottles. This will start to increase again from the 2020 harvest." - Zev Rovine 

Bloom - Old World Winery

California - USA



A chillable natural red wine that is berry fruit-forward, with light tannins and a fruity, dry finish!

Pairings: Lemon-Butter Salmon Pasta, Cornbread Casserole, Roasted Chicken

Serving Temperature: 60°- 68°

About Old World Winery

Old World Winery Winemaker

Pastoral winemaker and proprietor, Darek Trowbridge, has 20+ years of hands on experience in the art and science of vineyard management, grape production, and natural winemaking. His passion is inviting nature into his winemaking. His processes are simple and direct and eliminates the need for any manufactured (man made) chemicals. This process involves effort and shepherding but not manipulation. - Zev Rovine

Cab Franc - Airlie Bank

Yarra Valley - Australia



A red wine with fruity spiciness, and red berry flavors, notes of rose petals, low tannins, and a smooth finish! 

Pairings: Beef Burger, Creamy Sausage and Broccoli Pasta

Serving Temperature: 60°- 68°

About Airlie Bank

Airlie Bank Winemaker

Punt Road Wines is proudly owned and operated by the Napoleone family and they, along with winemaker Tim Shand, bring a wealth of experience and palpable passion for wine that is reflected in every product made. Brothers Joe and Michael Napoleone have been living and working in the Yarra Valley all their lives. They are passionate fruit growers and wine producers with a team of loyal and dedicated staff... Today, the modern winemaking facility processes fruit sourced from over 75 hectares of privately-owned vineyards that have been planted with varieties best suited to each site. Varietals include Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. The Punt Road range was first released to the market in 2001 with great success. Only small parcels of the best estate-grown fruit (from the oldest vines) are used for this range. These wines show concentration and complexity but are balanced by regional elegance. Additionally, the winery releases an Airlie Bank range of wines including Cabernet Franc and Pinot Gris rose. - Little Peacock

Joe-San Toscano Red - Do.t.e.

Cortona - Italy



A red berry-fruit-forward natural wine with floral notes, hints of roasted spice, small tannins, and bright acidity!

Pairings: Gourmet Mushroom Risotto, Italian Beef Ragu, Prosciutto di San Daniele & Grana Padano Pizza

Serving Temperature: 60°- 68°

About Do.t.e.

Do.t.e. Winemaker

"Do.t.e. (down to earth) is an experimental entity that seeks alternative answers in the management of contemporary viticulture. It’s taking one step back in order to go two steps forward. A return to agricultural origins that clearly defines the present and realistically imagines the future. It’s the desire to stand out with wines that spontaneously expresses their reason for being —beyond statutes and production regulations— based on the foundational principles of the entire project: health, ethics, everyday life... Today we produce small quantities of different wines, thanks to a better experience and evolving taste, all handmade and bottled with the same designation —Vino*— the least noble but the only one favorable to the creative process." - Filippo & Francesca


Wine Evaluation Sheet

Want to have some fun evaluating and taking note on your wine? Check out our natural wine tasting sheets we made special for the club!