Paltrineri Sant’agata

Lambrusco, ‘21


The Paltrineri Family has been making Lambrusco in Sorbara since Achille, the current owner’s grandfather, founded the estate in 1926.

Twenty years ago, when they started bottling this Lambrusco, lighter, easier-drinking wines were not in vogue. Thus, they named the wine after the Patron Saint of Sorbara, Sant’Agata. In the hopes, she would help the wine catch on.

Pouring a light ruby red, this sparkling rosé has scents of both wild berries and violets.

Expect raspberries and cranberries on the palette, with a refreshing acidity.

Made from 100% organic sorbara


ROSÉ, ‘22


Made by Marcus Ansems in Naramata Bench. Marcus, originally from Australia, holds a Master of Wine designation. Rumour has it, he wrote his thesis on how he can make better wine in Naramata than he could in Australia. One of those two counties was happy about that.

Made using the saignee (sohn-yay) method, which is French for “to bleed.” This is a red wine technique which produces more interesting rosés. Primarily pinot noir with cabernet franc, syrah and viognier.

On the nose, find pink grapefruit, citrus blossom and rose petals.

This medium-bodied rose will deliver raspberries, cherries, gooseberries, and the slightest hint of honey.

Vegan, organic, and sustainably farmed


Blanc, ‘22


While Penedes is famed for cava, this natural white is made from the same varietals you find in its sparkling sibling.

Composed of Xarel-lo, Macabeo, Garantxa Blanca and Moscatelli, they are sourced from a coastal, central, and finally, mountain estate. Encompassing multiple aspects of Penedes’ terroir. Then, aged in a traditional concrete cavern.

This is a bright, energizing white wine. Full of peach, pear, and apple scents.

In the glass, expect plenty of citrus, a creamy mouthfeel, and a touch of salinity. This is a natural wine you could pour for anyone to enjoy.

Vegan, organic, and sustainably farmed

Moulin de Gassac

 Guilhem Red, ‘21


Started by the Guibert family in the 1990s, the Moulin line’s goal was to employ all Gassac’s experience while making affordable, accessible wines.

Produced from a 2.5km stretch of vines shaped like an amphitheatre, they face the Mediterranean and the clay-limestone soil allows the syrah, grenache and carignan to reach mature, concentrated flavours.

A bouquet of black fruit will be evident when you first pour. With black currants, cherries and dried herbs and spices.

This is a medium-bodied red blend with plums and raspberries. Gentle tannins with a refreshing acidity, followed by the earth and minerality of the Languedoc.

Sustainably farmed




From Agrelo in Luján de Cuyo in Mendoza. The 1st officially recognized appellation for wine production in Argentina.

Bodega Argento harvests this 100% organic cab franc from 3.215 - 3.540 feet above sea level, the highest elevation in Mendoza.

Aged for a third of its life in oak, this medium-bodied red has the rich, dark red fruit, green leaf, and spicy aromas you expect from cab franc.

Experience deep, dry, and fruit-driven flavours. With some dark chocolate, anise with vanilla and tobacco on the finish. Allow this wine time to open up or decant for 30 minutes.

Vegan, organic, and sustainably farmed

Tandem ars nova

Tempranillo, cab sauv, merlot, ‘15


Ars Nova is Latin for “New Art.” More specifically, a movement that brought volume to music. Prior, music was monotone, only featuring a single voice or instrument.

Made by Tandem in the Yerri Valley, in Navarre. The winery also rests on The Way of St. James and is a landmark on the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A complex, elegant red. Look forward to a combination of ripe red and black fruits with some balsamic on the nose.

Bramble, blackberries, licorice, plums, and dark cherries will arrive first, followed by spices with savoury herb notes upon sipping. Treat as you would a Rioja or Bordeaux. Let breathe for anywhere from 5 – 30 minutes.

Ars Nova has won awards every year since it was released in 2003.

Vegan and sustainably farmed