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Rude Health Mixed Case Natural Wine - <a href="http://www.rudehealth.com"target=_blank>Rude Health Foods</a>
Rude Health Mixed Case Natural Wine - <a href="http://www.rudehealth.com"target=_blank>Rude Health Foods</a>

The Rude Health Mixed Case - Introduction to quality natural wine selected by Rude Health - 6 bottles

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Natural wine goes hand in hand with naturally produced and organic food. So we have teamed up with our great friend and health food guru Nick Barnard, owner of Rude Health Foods and selected a case of superb natural wines for those who wish to learn and discover more about this type of wine. Nick is a natural wine fanatic and is extremely enthusiastic about showing more and more people what is out there to be enjoyed. Together we have come up with a case of 6 bottles which is above all high quality, very delicious and we hope an accessible entry point for who wish to start on their natural wine journey. The Fizz, our best selling and simply delicious low sulphur Col Fondo Prosecco Sottoriva, (a fave of the staff at Rude Health) is a lovely dry aperitif, the tow whites show the contrasting side of natural wines. The Rioja Blanco is clean, light, fresh and zesty, the Falanghina, savoury, 'terroir' driven and just a little funky. Both reds have that note of VA to them (that is volatile acidity, one of the distinctive aromas of wines untouched by human hand) and are full of earthy flavour and rich forest fruits. Finally, the infamous 'Orange Wine', so loved by the sommelier, so scary to many a New Zealand Sauvignon devotee. L'Orange from Domain de Courbissac is one of the best starting points for orange wine, being not too tannic, not to wild and with plenty of fruity aromas and freshness, light in colour too so an all round orange crowd pleaser. Nick is very keen on wines with low sulphur as this compound is definitely not good for the health and conventional wines can have quite a high level. Natural Wines tend to have around a quarter of the level of total sulphites and so many of us who drink them believe that they are much easier on the head. All of the wines in this case have a total sulphur level of less than 50 mg/litre, which is what at Buon Vino consider to be low sulphites. The Primavera has no added sulphur at all and the Barbera in this vintage almost none. As well as being healthier, low sulphur wines tend to give a more authentic and 'natural' vinosity which makes them so much more vibrant. The wine is stripped back, more alive and more alluring as a result. So, If you fancy giving natural wine a try, we think this is as good a place as any to start. Happy slurping and a Rude Good Health to you all.

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