September 2023 | 3 Bottle Club

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

A note from our founder: 

Welcome to September and what should supposedly be fall, but more likely than not is still HOT! To combat that we have a crisp white, a chillable liter of Tempranillo and a stunning lighter orange that will make you feel as cool as a cucumber and obsessed with these amazing producers!

-Holly, Founder - MYSA Natural Wine 

  1. Tempranillo - Hand Work
  2. Silvaner - Andi Weigand
  3. Touch - Koppitsch
  4. Wine Evaluation Sheet

Tempranillo - Hand Work 

La Mancha - Spain


Spanish natural red wine in a liter bottle made of 100% Tempranillo from La Mancha. Dark fruit forward, with fresh acidity and grippy tannins. Great match with fatty meat and tomato-based dishes!

Pairings: Pork Satay, Korean Beef Bulgogi, Meat Overload Pizza

Serving Instructions: 55°- 60°F 

About Hand Work

The three Parra brothers — Francisco, Javier and Luis established Hand Work to showcase the grapes of the region and they are committed in producing easy-drinking wines from organically and biodynamically grown grapes in their hometown, La Mancha.

Silvaner - Andi Weigand

Franken - Germany



A very refreshing German Silvaner with stone fruit flavors, light citrus notes, smooth acidity and racy minerality!

Pairings: Döner Kebab, Grilled Fish Steaks, Chips

Serving Instructions: 38°- 45°F 

About Andi Weigand

Andi Weigand was introduced to us by way of our amazing Franken natural winemakers, 2Naturkinder. Andi’s father was the first to make wine in his family. Andi took over the winemaking duties from his dad in 2015, and in 2018 decided to make the conversion to organics and natural winemaking. He says his father, unusually for the area and his generation, was very supportive of his desire to go in this direction. He now works as a team with his father, directing all the winemaking decisions. His vineyards are located on the Iphöfer Kronsberg, a slope that features Keuper soil. He uses an 80 year old basket press and very large wooden barrels. He makes all his wines without the use of fining or filtration, and never adds any sulfur. - Jenny & Francois

Touch - Koppitsch

Weinland - Austria



An orange wine that's a pleasure to sip. Pear, green apple, apricot, and vanilla notes. Light in body with a touch of skin. 

Pairings: Seafood, White Meat, Tapas

Serving Instructions: 38°- 45°F

About Koppitsch

Koppitsch Winemaker

 “Alexander and Maria Koppitsch began making wine in Burgenland in 2011. They took over their parents 5.5-hectare winery and moved from selling their grapes into making their own wine. The vineyards are in the Neusiedl am See, a small village situated at the shores of the Neusidl Lake and on the eastern end of the Leitha Mountains which feature soft, rolling hills of mostly limestone soil. Like his father and grandfather before him, Alex does not believe in introducing any additives into the grapes or the wine. They use Rudolf Steiner’s biodynamic principles to cultivate their grapes, and pride themselves on performing every aspect of the vineyard management and the winemaking by hand, on a very small scale.” - Jenny & Francois 


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!