They also often include natural wines. Because they’re made with minimal intervention and no additives, they’re often a bit funkier than your average Cabernet Sauvignon.
As such, they tend to be super affordable (great news for us!), and you can find some really delicious glou-glou wines in the $20 range.
Like Ruth Lewandowski “Feints” ($27) a super fruity rosé made from a blend of red and white grapes from Mendocino County, California; or anything by Florez Wines, like “Lovebirds,” ($25) a mix of Grenache Blanc and Grenache Noir from Dunnigan Hills.
Like Lammidia “Miscela” rosato ($24), a flavor blast of red and white grapes from Abruzzo; or Foradori “Lezer” Vigneti delle Dolomiti ($24) a Pinot Noir from northern Italy.
Rimbert “Cousin Oscar” 2019 ($16) is a thirst-quenching red made from Cinsault grapes; and Les Vignes d’Olivier “Deferlante Red” ($16) is made from a very interesting blend of half a dozen red grapes.
You can’t go wrong with Yetti and the Kokonut “Hipster Juice” ($34) an unusual blend of grapes like Doradillo, Zinfandel, and Red Semillion or Jauma “Like Raindrops” Grenache ($32) from McLaren Vale.
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