Welcome to the September 6 Bottle Club from MYSA Natural Wine!

A note from our founder:

This month we have fun seasonal bottles! We've been waiting to work with Subject to Change for awhile and this Sauv Blanc from them is killer! We're getting all the Halloween vibes from Renegado, and fall vibes from Breaking Bread. Balancing out the rest we have medium bodied reds for all the fall fare you want to eat as well as a lighter white and a fall rosé to lighten the group and give you lots of great options!

-Holly, Founder - MYSA Natural Wine 

  1. Zinfandel- Breaking Bread
  2. Ridiculo - Vina Laurent
  3. Renegado - Folias de Baco
  4. Rose of Carignane - Post & Vine
  5. Hillside Vineyard Disco! Skin Contact Sauvignon Blanc - Subject to Change
  6. Riesling Boden Funk - Schlossmulenhof
  7. Wine Evaluation Sheet

Zinfandel - Breaking Bread

Redwood Valley - USA



A medium ruby natural red wine with berry fruit-forward tannins of black fruits, notes of spicy pepper, and fresh green herbs. Fresh acidity on the back of the palate with a sweet oaky finish! 

Pairings: Portobello Mushrooms, Stuffed Aubergine, Fried Manchego

Serving Temperature: 54°- 60°

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About Breaking Bread

Bodegas Pinoso Winemaker

Creating Breaking Bread has informed my approach to winemaking. I have the technical foundation and confidence of someone who has been making wine successfully for nearly two decades, and the curiosity and inspiration to make high quality, delicious natural wines – and this is just the beginning! -Breaking Bread 

Ridiculo - Vina Laurent

Maipo Valley - Chile



A natural ruby red wine with ripe berry fruit-forward flavors, hints of spice, and medium tannins, dry on the palate with a long smoky finish! 

Pairings: Lamb Gyro with Pita, French Pâté, Baked Brie

Serving Temperature: 54°- 60°

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About Vina Laurent

Vina Laurent Winemaker

We seek to do what we like, express our passion, make wines with soul, with their own identity, we do not seek to be pretentious in it, it is simply to seek and interpret what nature gives us. That is why our wines are different each year , each year the imprint that nature wanted to leave us is impregnated and therefore, as a result, what matters most to us is sharing our wines. -Laurent Wines 

Renegado- Folias de Baco

Douro - Portugal



A light and juicy red wine made with over 25 local Portuguese varieties of both red and white grapes. The wine spends six months on less followed by ageing for six months in 2-3-year-old chestnut oak then cement. Your perfect summer red!

Pairings: Grilled Meat, Oily Fish, Pasta 

Serving Temperature: 54°- 60°

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About Folias de Baco

Folias de Baco Winemaker

Tiago Sampaio is the innovative young winemaker of Folias de Baco, a project started in 2007 that one could say was spearheaded in his childhood piggybacking on his grandfather through the farms and vineyards, always curious and plucky, willing to experiment at every step of the way. Tiago is essentially bridging the traditions of his homeland with learned modern aesthetics, creating field blends of both red, white and mixed from indigenous varietals planted some 80 years ago, while carefully attending to his new fixation of Pinot Noir vines that he makes both red and rosé. Tiago has set his sights higher, pushing the boundaries of his curiosity and what some might not expect out of such a traditional region. - Savio Soares Selections


Rose of Carignane  - Post & Vine

Contra Costa County - USA



A bright pink-colored natural medium-bodied rosé with juicy tropical summer fruit flavors, subtle floral hints and very easy-drinking tannins! Perfect fall rosé!

Pairings: Schnitzel, Patotin Stewed Duck, Spanish Pork

Serving Temperature: 48°- 53° 

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About Post & Vine

Post & Vine Winemaker

“Testa Vineyard is located in Calpella, California in the Redwood Valley of Mendocino County. This beautiful ranch was founded in 1912 and is being farmed by the 4th and 5th generation of the Testa (Martinson) family. The head trained vines are planted on rolling hills in rocky, red, well drained soils composed of sandy and pebbly loam. The Carignane, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, and Grenache for Post & Vine were planted in the 1950’s and are dry farmed resulting in small clusters of concentrated, complex fruit. -Post & Vine

Hillside Vineyard Disco! Skin Contact Sauvignon Blanc - Subject to Change

Mendocino - USA



Tropical fruit-flavored golden straw natural orange wine that is citrusy on the nose, juicy with hints of spice on the palate, and good tannin with a fresh and lasting finish!

Pairings: Coconut Curry, Roast Aubergine, Jerk Chicken

Serving Instructions: 45°- 49° 

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About Subject to Change

Subject to Change Winemaker

Layering my passion for European natural wine and my knowledge of California viticulture and wine production, Subject to Change Wine Co was born as a way to connect my love of natural wine to my love of California, the land and the culture of growing and consuming locally. -Alex Pomerantz, Founder and Winemaker


Riesling Boden Funk - Schlossmulenhof

Rheinhessen - Germany



A pale yellow natural white wine with intense orchard fruit aromas that rise from the glass, bright acidity, and notes of citrus!

Pairings: Crispy Duck Salad, Ceviche, Prawn Laksa

Serving Temperature: 45°- 49° 

About Schlossmulenhof

Schlossmulenhof Winemaker

The Schloss Mühlenhof property is a large estate (nearly 20ha) spread across the slopes above Kettenheim, 3km south of Alzey. Now in the hands of Gabriele, Nicolas, and Walter Michel, the farm operates ‘organically’ but not by any legal standard. They follow what they call, ‘ecologically healthy’ farming practices, with the intent on capturing the pure expression of the Rheinhessen style. -Savio Soares Selections



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!