Welcome to the October Red Club from MYSA Natural Wine! 

A note from our founder:

Fall is here and we're loving adding some more heft to our reds as the leaves change! This month we have some fun seasonal bottles and special bottles just for y'all! We've been waiting to work with Subject to Change for awhile and this Syrah is killer! Ridiculo is the best for easy, food friendly hosting, some Slovakian native grapes + Cab Sauv that's actually giving us Pinot vibes! We also saved the last bottles of our most popular Bourgueil ever for y'all!

-Holly, Founder - MYSA Natural Wine

  1. Lunatic - Subject to Change
  2. Ridiculo -Vina Laurent
  3. Bourgueil Clos de Pavée -Pierre Borel
  4. Partisan Cru - Slobodne
  5. Rosso - Sergio Drago
  6. Wine Evaluation Sheet

Lunatic - Subject to Change

Mendocino - USA



A deep inky colored natural wine that is flowing with notes of dark fruits, jammy with tannin, fresh acidity, and a spicy finish!

Pairings: Moroccan Tajine, Pepperoni Pizza, Falafel

Serving Instructions: 54°- 60° 

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About Subject to Change

Vignereuse 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

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 


    Bourgueil Clos de Pavée - Pierre Borel

    Loire - France



    A savory natural red made of young and crunchy Bourgueil with lots of cranberries and cherries, rich herbaceous notes with a dark chocolate-like finish!

    Pairings: Filet mignon, Broccoli rabe, Mushroom tart

    Serving Instructions: 50°- 55° 

    About Pierre Borel


    Haut Lavigne Winemaker

    Simplicity is key here - Pierre makes only one wine, and seeks to vinify in as straightforward a way as possible. The sandy gravel soils yield fragrant fruit which is fermented in a simple chai (basically a shed) that comprises one large tank of stainless steel and one of fibreglass. The wine is racked off the skins after a couple of weeks and is bottled from tank, with no barrel ageing. Pierre’s wine is honest, understated and everything we love about Cabernet Franc from this part of France.


    Partisan Cru- Slobodne

    Trnava - Slovakia



    A pale red, lightly acidic Slovakian red wine. Slobodne's 'PARTISAN CRU' 2017 is a favorite vintage! Juicy body, rustic texture and a greenish finish! Best chilled!

    Pairings: Stuffed giraumon, lamb in coconut milk, steak tartare

    Serving Temperature: 54°- 60°

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    About Slobodne

    Slobodne Winemaker

    Zemianske Sady is a family run estate that has been making wine in Hlohovec since 1912. At its inception, the estate was primarily a tobacco farm that also produced wines which sold locally and were beloved by the art scene in Prague. Due to the war and political strife, the estate stopped production until 1997, where now, the fourth and fifth generations have taken over. The vineyards were replanted and the cellar reconstructed, and in 2010, the first vintage under the name Slobodné Vinárstvo was born. In 2016, they began farming their 17 hectares in an environmentally conscious way, and became members of the oldest biodynamic farmers association in Austria. Bees are kept and herbs are grown to promote a healthy soil climate, which they consider paramount to making great wine. They are dedicated to minimal intervention winemaking and only grow varietals that are historically from the area and suited to the climate: Lemberger Blue, Grüner Veltliner, Rhine Riesling, Red Traminer, Devin, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Alibernet. - Zev Rovine

    Rosso - Sergio Drago

    Sicily - Italy



    An elegant Sicilian blend of both Nero d'Avola and Syrah. Syrah brings the tannin while the Nero d'Avola contributes to the vibrant freshness of this wine. Aromas of ripe red fruit with earth and hints of sea salt. Fresh acidity on the palate with a hint of minerality on the finish.

    Pairings: Smoked Meats, Soft Cheese, Charcuterie

    Serving Instructions: 54°- 60° 

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    About Sergio Drago


    Sergio Drago Winemaker

    Sergio Drago is slowly becoming one of the most popular winemakers in the northwestern area of Sicily. He's creating fresh new wines that are becoming the star of the show. Currently, Sergio had two hectares in Alcamo, located between Marsala and Palermo. This area is essential in the growth of the native Sicilian grape, Catarratto. The wines are organic and no intervention is made in the cellar and vineyard.


    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!