Denavolo Collection

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Save on the Denavolo collection when you buy together!

We are very excited to finally be stocking orange wines from Denavolo and have discounted them $5 when purchased together!

In this 2-pack, you'll get:

Catavela

Half of the grapes from this wine are directly pressed while the other half spends six days on their skins. Strong floral aromas on the nose with a ton of character on the palate. Medium-plus tannin yet still quite light.

Dinavolino

A profound orange wine made from an exciting blend of varietals. Structured on the palate with rich tannin yet still juicy. The grapes spend 8-9 months on the skins in stainless steel with 15 days of spontaneous fermentation.

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About Natural Wine

Great question! There are a lot of definitions for natural wine with the main term you'll hear being that it has had minimal intervention. To be more specific, our definition is that the wine must first be sustainably farmed, which typically means it was organically or biodynamically farmed.

Then, in the cellar the natural winemaking process has some differences as well! The wine is typically unfined, unfiltered, and goes through spontaneous fermentation with native yeasts. If you want to know more about what natural wine is, we have an entire guide under our reference section!

The short answer is that natural wine can taste like any other kind of conventional wine (we like to call these stealth natural wines) or it can taste quite a bit different, as production methods can vary and potentially be lighter, or in a style you've never had before (like orange, pet-nat or amphora).

The natural wine community is also more accepting of some qualities in wines that conventional would consider a flaw, like Brett, some oxidation, or volatile acidity. We would consider these in high amounts to also be a flaw, but in many cases a touch of these qualities can ultimately improve their flavor and texture and be happily accepted in a natural wine.

To find out more about what natural wine tastes like, check out our full blog and podcast on the topic here.

The short answer is, no! But many are. Glou-glou describes winesthat are easily chuggable, impossible to put the glass down, and seductively delicious! They tend to be young and fresh, designed to be drunk early with an average ABV of around 10%. Check out different styles or glou glou natural wine here on our site.