June 2023 | Red Club

chillable red natural wines
chillable red natural wines

Welcome to the June Red Club from MYSA Natural Wine! 

A note from our founder:

Summer is here and we brought the pages back since many of you said you missed them! TY for the feedback and, as always, if you have other thoughts on the club please send them our way as we love hearing from you!

We are in Sweden this month, so you will see some fun collabs for our videos this month with content creators we love! Find them below and on social (note some might take a few days more than usual since each person had to create their videos for the month!)

This month is a fun and fresh round of chillable wines combined with some more classics, since we know that's what most of our red members have been requesting :)

-Holly, Founder - MYSA Natural Wine

  1. Marquette Wild Arc
  2. 1984 La Senda
  3. Pi Noir Bodega Cauzon
  4. VdF Rouge Clovis
  5. Wine Evaluation Sheet

 Marquette - Wild Arc

New York - USA 



Cherry-cola flavored Marquette with a pop of dark berry fruits and a nice tartness. This summer red is best served chilled!

Pairings: Strip Steak, Goat Cheese Crème Brûlée, Roast Lamb

Serving Temperature: 55°- 62°F

About Wild Arc

Wild Arc Winemaker

From living 30 years in the city of Brooklyn to winemaking in the Hudson Valley. Todd and Crystal had little to no experience working in vineyards or agriculture but they wanted to prove that exciting and unique wines could be grown biodynamic in a permaculture-focused farm.  

1984 - La Senda

Castilla y Leon - Spain



A juicy Spanish mencia with sour fruit flavors, light acidity, medium tannins and a red fruit and mineral finish.

Pairings: Spanish Pork Chops, Mushroom Steak, Seafood Risotto

Serving Temperature: 55°- 62°F

About Bodega La Senda

About Bodega La Senda Winemaker

In the winery, Diego is extremely low-intervention since he wants his wines to retain their energy and life of the vineyards. In such, he employs a mix of unlined concrete vats and older oak and chestnut casks & foudres, since he feels that these materials breathe, while stainless steel is an inert material that will “kill” the nature within the wine. During elaboration he does not use pumps, additives or SO2 additions - starting with the 2016 vintage in his newly built bodega - stating that “enological products are cogs in the capitalist machine.” Diego views his winemaking as an extension of the creative process that he practiced in his days as a musician. A favorite Diego quote - “Too many people in natural winemaking copy and paste the words – they don’t struggle, they don’t feel their vineyards.” Clearly, Diego is not your average Viñador! — Jose Pastor Selections

Pi Noir - Bodega Cauzon

Andalucía - Spain


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Fresh and lively natural red Pinot Nero from Andalucia that has juicy red fruit flavors, notes of herbs, hints of spice and vibrant acidity

Pairings: Pepperoni Pizza, Monte Cristo with Taleggio, Beet Salad with Goat Cheese

Serving Temperature: 55°- 60°F

About Bodega Cauzon

Bodega Cauzon Winemaker

“ Since planting in 1999, there’s been no need for chemicals in the vineyard. That said, he hasn’t really needed them in the cellar either. Ramón’s terruño speaks for itself so there’s not much “winemaking” on his part. Native yeast fermentations, no filtering or fining at any time and no additives of any kind, not even sulphur." — Selection de la Viña

VdF Rouge - Clovis

Rhône - France



VdF Rouge from Clovis is a dark berry fruit-forward French syrah with earthy and smoked aromas, velvety tannins and a savory finish!

Pairings: French Tartiflette, Thai Food, Pizza

Serving Temperature: 55°- 60°F

About Clovis

Clovis Winemaker

“Clovis Wines is a collaboration between T Edward and some of the best small producers in France. Clovis CDR comes from Remi Pouizin. A biodynamic producer located in Visan (the northernmost part of Southern Rhône). This is a blend of Pouizin estate’s grapes and 3 other organic producers. They are all located 10km maximum from the winery. The parcels are comprised between 200 and 350 m elevations." — T Edward


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!