October 2022 | Orange Club
Welcome to the September Orange Club from MYSA Natural Wine!
A note from our founder:
Is there a more perfect season to drink orange wine?! We don't think so! This month we have some fun seasonal bottles and a VERY SPECIAL bottle just for y'all! We've been waiting to work with Subject to Change for awhile and this Sauv Blanc is killer! We're getting all the Halloween vibes from Anarchy, and fall vibes from our Semillon Conejo (squirrel!). BUT, the star is Hupnos, so make sure to save that one for a special occasion!
-Holly, Founder - MYSA Natural Wine
- Hillside Vineyard Disco! Skin Contact Sauvignon Blanc - Subject to Change
- Hupnos - Sous Le Vegetal
- Wines of Anarchy Bianco- Cirelli
- Conejo Valle de Itata White - Villalobos
- Wine Evaluation Sheet
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°
About Subject to Change
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
Hupnos - Sous Le Vegetal
Samos - Greece
A pale yellow natural white wine that has fresh tropical and citrus fruit flavors, medium tannins, tiny floral notes, dry on the palate with minerality!
Pairings: Bougiourdi, Greek Sausages, Pasta Sokolatina
Serving Instructions: 45°- 49°
About Sous Le Vegetal
Sous le Végétal is a collaborative wine project between Jason Ligas of Domaine Ligas and Patrick Bouju of Domaine la Bohéme. This project finds them on the beautiful island of Samos in Greece, located one mile off the coast of Turkey. Sous le Végétal actively avoids the industrial farming practices that dominate winemaking in Greece and have opted to do extensive work in the vineyards to restore a healthy permaculture for their vines and the rich assortment of volcanic soils. Their farming practices are biodynamic and organic, down to the utilization of herbs and natural balms to heal and protect the vines. -Zev Rovine Selections
Wines of Anarchy Bianco - Cirelli
Abruzzo - Italy
An extra brut style sparkling white wine gives just enough fizz without overpowering the crisp apples and minerals you also get on the palate. This is a fun and bit funky of a wine to put with creative foods or by itself.
Pairings: Pizza Bianca, Frutti di Mare, Pesto Chicken Food
Serving Instructions: 45°- 50°
Wines of Anarchy comes in a rosato and skin contact version and is always low ABV and non-vintage. This means it can be a compilation of grapes from several vintages blended into one delicious bubbly cuvee. With 23 hectares, all of their production is designed to respect the natural cycles of the olive trees, vineyards, horticultural crops and the animal breeding. Crop rotation, natural fertilization, and free range animal grazing are Agricola Cirelli’s “techniques” of production.
Conejo Valle de Itata White - Villalobos
Valle de Colchagua - Chile
A natural orange wine with green tropical fruit flavors, fresh tannins, and a fresh lemon zest finish!
Pairings: Blue Cheese Pizza, Creamy Garlic Chicken, Spaghetti allo Scoglio
Serving Temperature: 45°- 49°
In addition to the wild wines, they source organic fruit from two farmers. All the negoce wines are 100% stainless, native yeast, unfined, unfiltered expressions of Pacific terroirs. These are much lighter, fresher examples of Chilean viticulture than we are used to tasting, but ones that still express a clear sense of place. That’s a nice balance.
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!