Discover New Grape Varieties And Styles
2019 Petr Korab Orange on Leaves Pet Nat, Moravia, Czech Republic £19.90: With dried vine leaves added in during fermentation in Petr Korab’s Pet Nat, an ancient method used in winemaking. It gives a spicy character and vibrancy.
2017 Petr Kocarik Hibernal, Moravia, Czech Republic £24.50: Hibernal a variety that can produce serious, complex wines, in between a Pouilly Fume and white Burgundy. One of the most exciting new grapes coming out of the Central Europe!
2017 Richard Stavek, Mlady Bocek, Moravia, Czech Republic £25.90: Mlady Bocek is a true work of art from Richard Stavek, one of the most respected and revered natural winegrowers in Central Europe. A blend of local varieties Sevar and Rubinet, perfumed, reminiscent of candied rhubarb, touch of lavender, and herbal notes running through the bright red fruit character. Long length, chewiness and superb drinkability.
2016 Zdenek Vykoukal, Cabernet Moravia, Moravia, Czech Republic £21.50: Cabernet Moravia - A local variety that is based on Cabernet Franc - the vareity you find in Bordeaux and Loire reds. Crunchy, alive and very smooth.
2016 Vino Magula, Baccara, Sucha nad Parnou, Slovakia £20.90: Baccara includes a local, rare variety from Slovakia called Rosa. This actually does smell of roses, earth, dark fruit character, weightier on the palate with a superb long, lingering finish. Comforting and moreish.
2018 Jaroslav Osicka, P.A.N, Moravia, Czech Republic £16.50: Review on P.A.N from David Crossley’s wideworldofwine.co blog: “It’s actually, as you might expect, a fruity and easy going red with an imprint of cherry fruit, fairly concentrated but gluggable stuff. Very nice, in a fun way. The emotion Jaroslav creates here is cheerfulness, and plenty of it.”
*Subject to availability. If anything were to sell out, then we will replace it with another suitable option