Welcome to the June 3 Bottle Club from MYSA Natural Wine! 

A note from our founder: 

Summer has officially arrived and we have some great picks for these months! With a homegrown stunners from Divergent, a crisp white from Oz and our most popular orange of all time! So crushable reds, whites, and oranges are in your future!

-Holly Berrigan - Founder, MYSA Natural Wine

  1. Zinfandel - Divergent Vines
  2. Vino Naranja - Cacique Maravilla
  3. Pinot Gris - Mt Yengo
  4. Wine Evaluation Sheet

Zinfandel - Divergent Vines

California - USA 

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Floral aromatics, smooth mouthfeel and fresh picked wild berries on the palette. Tasting notes of cherry, blackberry and cranberry. 

Pairings: Turkey, Pork, BBQ Chicken Bourguignon

Serving Temperature: 55°- 58° 

About Divergent Vines

"The story of divergent vine is about an underdog, an outsider, an unknown-non-traditionally trained winemaker trying to make it in the crazy wine industry.

My road less traveled inspires me to create natural wines from lesser known grape varietals, tell the stories of vineyards they come from, and provide a unique interpretation of varietals you might be more familiar with...all done with non-intervention winemaking techniques.

So pull up a chair, pour yourself a glass, and come along for the ride. It's bound to be a journey of epic proportions.

- Divergent Vines

Vino Naranja - Cacique Maravilla

Bio Bio - Chile



Spending 2 months on skins, it is slightly bitter yet floral and smokey and usually a little juicy as well. It's also old vines in volcanic soil which add lovely complexity. For being a deeper orange, it's surprisingly light on the palate!

Pairings: Asian Food, Picnic Food, Spicy Food

Serving Instructions: 45°- 50° 

About Cacique Maravilla 

Manuel Moraga Gutierrez is the owner and winemaker of Cacique Maravilla, a winery focused on traditional and non-interventionist Chilean wines in Yumbel in the Bio-Bio Valley of Chile’s Southern Regions. Manuel is the seventh generation of the Gutierrez family to call Yumbel home, and at least the fourth generation to tend vines. His great, great, great, great, great grandfather, Francisco Gutierrez Gutierrez, arrived in Chile in 1750 from the Canary Islands in search of gold and eventually amassed enough treasure to acquire land in Yumbel, some of which has remained in the family and is still owned by Manuel Moraga today. Francisco Gutierrez earned the respect of the local indigenous Mapuche people and was given the nickname ‘Cacique Maravilla’ (roughly translating to ‘Magnificent Chief’).

Pinot Gris - Mt Yengo

Adelaide Hills - Australia



White wine with a green hue, but peachy aromatics. Balanced flavor with a clean, crisp finish. Crispy pear with white peach! 

Pairings: Summer Salads, Pizza, Seafood

Serving Temperature: 48°- 52° 

About Mt Yengo

"Mt Yengo was created to bring the values of the First Nations People of Australia and fuse them with the technology and quality from our newest inhabitants to create not only a company or a brand but a community. A community that values bridging the cultural divide, instilling cultural understanding, embracing reconciliation and diversity. Providing a unique social outcome by giving back to assist in ""Closing the Gap"" Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians. - Mt Yengo"

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!