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Best natural wine brands to keep you sippin’ throughout the summer

As we head into the warmer months, there's nothing more refreshing or satisfying then sipping on delicious and succulant glass of natural wine. When you're faced with a shelf of bottles though, choosing the best natural wine can seem like a bit of a daunting task, we can help you select the perfect bottle for any occasion. Whether you're searching for a gamay on the sweeter side to take to an outoor picnic in the park, or something more luxurious to splurge for a nice dinner with friends, we can help point you in the right direction. On the lineup, we've got winemakers all the way from the Northern Rivers, to Western Australia. So if you're on the market for something delicious, let us steer you in the right direction with our picks for the best natural wine brands to drink this summer.

Natural Order Wine


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Natural Order Wine (NOW) is a collective based in Byron Bay. They are passionate about the coastal lifestyle, adventures and natural wines. They focus on organic farming and sensitive winemaking. Spearheaded by Pete Windrim, a biodynamic grape grower, you know that NOW will be a delicious addition to any table this summer.


Jilly Wine Co


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Handmade in Clunes, Northern Rivers, Jilly wines is a story of small-batch, seasonal and creative winemaking. They are an extension of the heart and the mind of Jared Dixon, with the sole purpose to inspire, celebrate and enjoy.


Unico Zelo

Unico Zelo is passionate about the soil and the wines they produce and want to showcase this to the rest of the world. They protect farmers and study indigenous produce in the hopes of telling stories through the unique colour and texture of their unique Australian wine.


Mon Tout


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'Mon Tout,' meaning 'my everything' is an ode to the great loves in our lives. Using the minimal intervention winemaking processes, they have worked over the years to source fruit with low impact and gentle farming. They utilize vineyards from across Western Australia. Closely following the season, they source the very best fruit to create their delicious wines.


Delinquante Wines

The beauty in Deliquente wine makers is their small batch, minimal intervention wines from Southern Italian grape varieties grown in the Riverland, South Australia. These organically grown, handmade wines are suited to the climate, the grapes need less water and are naturally drought resistant, are late ripening and retain natural acidity. In this way, they are more environmentally sustainable.


Gut Oggat


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Gut Oggat is an Austrian vineyard run by Stephanie Tscheppe-Eselböck and her husband Eduard Tscheppe. Each wine has personality which is the philosophy they follow. With very minimum intervention processes, it's mostly up to mother nature to do her thing. As a charming touch, each wine label is a hand drawn face that represents a member of the family.


Dormilona Wines


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This wine is changing the game in the natural wine scene. With Josephine Perry as an exciting new producer in the Margaret River at the helm. Her wines use organically and biodynamically farmed fruit from vineyard to glass.


Fringe Societe


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Fringe Societe grapes are sourced from vineyards in regional France. They winemaking collective includes colourful vignerons who love nothing more than a long lunch and sharing the fruits of their toils.

Want to learn more about natural wine? We explain the process here and recommend some of our favourite bottles.

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