Sparkling

Welcome to our list of wines exclusively available for customers in the Stockholm area.

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Sparkling

France

Domaine de Mirebeau Bruno Rochard
Loire, Anjou

In 1998 Bruno Rochard took over the reigns from his parents at Domaine de Mirebeau, situated in Anjou close to the town of Rablay sur Layon. Before Bruno took over, the domaine was farming grapes and making wine conventionally, so Bruno undertook the task of converting the 6 ha to organic production. The vines consist of 50% Chenin Blanc, 27% Cabernet Franc and 33% Grolleau, the latter of which Rochard champions as a perfect grape for red wine production, particularly with soils of clay and pebbles which keep the vines neither too hot nor too cold. His first vintage for Grolleau Rouge was 2004, with relatively low yields, however the wines won big on depth and structure.

  1. 2022 Des Bulles et des Boires Pét Nat Rosé, GrolleauThe wine has been shipped by sailboat from Loire to CopenhagenThe wine has no added sulphites169
Manoir de la Tête Rouge Guillaume Reyounard
Loire, Saumur

Situated on famous clay limestone of the hill of Puy Notre Dame in Saumur are the 13ha of vineyards of Manoir de la Tête Rouge. The domaine was established long ago in 1649 and current vigneron Guillaume Reynouard took over the estate in 1995. A few years later, in 1998, he began the transition of turning the vineyards organic, and they have been certified biodynamic since 2010. Today Guilaume makes a wide range of honest wines with the intention of expressing the terroir of Saumur in a most honest and accessible way. This means only indigenous yeasts, no oenologic magic at any time, and only slight sulphuring before bottling.

  1. 2022 Free Mousse Pét Nat Blanc, Cabernet Franc, Chenin Blanc, Grolleau Gris, Pineau d'AunisFew bottlesThe wine has been shipped by sailboat from Loire to CopenhagenThe wine has no added sulphites195
La Sorga Antony Tortul
Roussillon

Rebel vigneron of the South! Antony Tortul and his gang started in 2008 as negociants, selecting old organic vines that had never come into contact with tractors or chemistry. Today they make small quanities of a stunning range of single vineyard wines, no two parcels are ever blended, purity must prevail. Old varieties Aramon, Terret Bourret, Aubun amongst more famous Languedoc varieties are vinified to produce a dazzling array of wines.. sometimes up to 35 different cuvées a year and absolutely none with added SO2.

  1. 2022 Jésus Reviens ! Pét Nat, ColombardFew bottlesThe wine has no added sulphites313

Germany

Brüder Dr. Becker Lotte Pfeffer-Müller & Hans Müller
Rheinhessen

Hans Muller and Lotte Pfeffer-Muller are vignerons that have got it right in Rheinhessen. Their work shows commitment and respect for their terroir, even if it makes them stand out amongst their neighbours. They were certified Biodynamic in 2008 but in reality the vineyards have been farmed organically since the days of their parents in the late 70's. Even more impressively, they agreed to lower their SO2 levels to ZERO for their Riesling Trocken, Dienheim Riesling trocken, Scheurebe and Spätburgunder a few years ago, and we are so proud of having their wines in our stock!

  1. 2022 Riesling Pet Nat, RieslingThe wine has no added sulphites187
White

White

France

Domaine Emmanuel Giboulot Emmanuel Giboulot
Bourgogne

Emmanuel Giboulot is an unusual creature in Burgundy. He used to want to be an actor before he started the complex task of creating a totally new domaine in Burgundy, not something you often see these days. Of course purchasing land in Burgundy was (and still is) eye-wateringly expensive, so Emmanuel started with less than 1ha of his father's land, which at the time was mostly planted with other crops. Since then, he has been carefully adding one parcel at a time and now has 10 ha spread over Côte Chalonnaise and Hauts-Côtes de Nuits. Emmanuel was lucky enough that his father had been working the land organically since the 1970's,and in 1996 he converted the already organic land to biodyamic. In the winery Emmaunel prefers a hands-off approach, aiming for minimal SO2 additions and use of indgenous yeasts. The whites ferment in old oak casks whilst the reds are fermnted in stainless steel. They are then aged in old casks between 10-20 months.

  1. 2020 Côte de Beaune Blanc Grande Chatelaine, ChardonnayFew bottles368
Bainbridge & Cathcart Toby Bainbridge
Loire, Anjou

Toby Bainbridge has had a pretty adventurous life for a Brit. He used to work the corn harvests on his combine harvester travelling through the USA before finding a wife and relocating to the Loire to be a winemaker. After studying at the agricultural school in Anjou, he met and became friends with Didier Chaffardon who he worked with until moving on to Domaine Rene Mosse for several years. During his time with Mosse, he started to buy up small parcels of vines, starting with the Rouge Aux Lèvres, one here and one there. He listened to the advice of people around him and started buying old equipment which he fixed and used in the vineyards. He cut down on his hours at Mosse and began working part-time, making his own wine and before long he was fully out on his own. Known as a real purist, Toby works in a truly respectable way. He now disgorges his pet nats because the sediment caused it to be too volatile in the bottle - no wine can be lost!

  1. 2021 Les Jongleurs VdF Blanc, Chenin BlancThe wine has been shipped by sailboat from Loire to Copenhagen149
Domaine de Bablut Christophe Daviau
Loire, Anjou

The sizeable Domaine Bablut is spread across 55 ha in the Coteaux de l’Aubance at the gates of Angers. Vigneron Christophe Daviau has used organic methods to grow Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chenin Blanc for dry and sweet production since 2010. On top of the organic certificate in his pocket, Christophe takes inspiration from natural activist Nicolas Joly and as a result adopts many biodynamic practices, such as planting hedgerows of redcurrant, wild rose and dogwood to preserve the local vineyard fauna.

  1. 2022 Sauvignon Blanc Val de Loire IGP, Sauvignon Blanc139

Germany

Brüder Dr. Becker Lotte Pfeffer-Müller & Hans Müller
Rheinhessen

Hans Muller and Lotte Pfeffer-Muller are vignerons that have got it right in Rheinhessen. Their work shows commitment and respect for their terroir, even if it makes them stand out amongst their neighbours. They were certified Biodynamic in 2008 but in reality the vineyards have been farmed organically since the days of their parents in the late 70's. Even more impressively, they agreed to lower their SO2 levels to ZERO for their Riesling Trocken, Dienheim Riesling trocken, Scheurebe and Spätburgunder a few years ago, and we are so proud of having their wines in our stock!

  1. 2022 Riesling Trocken Pure, RieslingThe wine has no added sulphites172
  2. 2023 Riesling Trocken Pure, RieslingThe wine has no added sulphites187
Weingut Mann Andreas Mann
Rheinhessen, Eckelsheim, Rheinhessische Schweiz
  1. 2022 Müller-Thurgau Trocken, Müller Thurgau (1000ml)The wine has no added sulphites186
Orange

Orange

Germany

Brüder Dr. Becker Lotte Pfeffer-Müller & Hans Müller
Rheinhessen

Hans Muller and Lotte Pfeffer-Muller are vignerons that have got it right in Rheinhessen. Their work shows commitment and respect for their terroir, even if it makes them stand out amongst their neighbours. They were certified Biodynamic in 2008 but in reality the vineyards have been farmed organically since the days of their parents in the late 70's. Even more impressively, they agreed to lower their SO2 levels to ZERO for their Riesling Trocken, Dienheim Riesling trocken, Scheurebe and Spätburgunder a few years ago, and we are so proud of having their wines in our stock!

  1. 2022 Les Pinottes Orange, Pinot Blanc, Pinot GrisThe wine has no added sulphites220

Spain

Cueva Mariano Taberner
Utiel-Requena

Locally, Mariano is best known for his wizardry in the wine cellar. He knows a thing or two about fermentation! In the rest of the world, he is known for making clean, pure, easy and highly enjoyable wines - many of them of the Ancestral / Pet Nat / fun bubbles type. Whereas other winemakers may be focusing on terroir and old traditions, Mariano cares mostly about the health, purity and enjoyment of the wines (one of his wines are named ENJOY....!), not shying away from experimenting with different ways of fermenting the grapes. Sometimes this leads to white wines that look more like rosé, because of starting the fermentation with the lees from a red wine - or a wine that tastes more like unfermented grape juice, because the grape juice was essentially pasteurized before fermenting in March(!). Most of all, Mariano's wines reflect the kind of person he is. Lighthearted, healthy and happy. But always with a feeling of 'Here is someone who knows what he is doing!' We are very happy to be working with this lovely soul!

  1. 2022 Orange Tardana & Macabeo, Tardana, MacabeoThe wine has no added sulphites177
Tren de Vida Sete Castro
Utiel-Requena
  1. 2022 Vida Liv, Moscatel de Alejandria, Syrah, Garnacha, MonastrellThe wine has no added sulphites168
Rosé

Rosé

France

Bainbridge & Cathcart Toby Bainbridge
Loire, Anjou

Toby Bainbridge has had a pretty adventurous life for a Brit. He used to work the corn harvests on his combine harvester travelling through the USA before finding a wife and relocating to the Loire to be a winemaker. After studying at the agricultural school in Anjou, he met and became friends with Didier Chaffardon who he worked with until moving on to Domaine Rene Mosse for several years. During his time with Mosse, he started to buy up small parcels of vines, starting with the Rouge Aux Lèvres, one here and one there. He listened to the advice of people around him and started buying old equipment which he fixed and used in the vineyards. He cut down on his hours at Mosse and began working part-time, making his own wine and before long he was fully out on his own. Known as a real purist, Toby works in a truly respectable way. He now disgorges his pet nats because the sediment caused it to be too volatile in the bottle - no wine can be lost!

  1. 2021 L'Acrobate, Groslot (Grolleau), Cabernet FrancThe wine has been shipped by sailboat from Loire to Copenhagen124
Red

Red

Chile

Louis-Antoine Luyt
Valle de Maule
  1. 2017 Huasa de Pilen Alto, Pais (1500ml)The wine has no added sulphites276

France

Bock Sylvain Bock
Ardèche

Monsieur Sylvain Bock and his quest to make wine that is a triumphant display of grapes and their surroundings is inspiring. He wasn't born into winemaking, or at least he thought he wasn't, both of his parents were teachers. He later found out that his grandfather was a well known vigneron from Alsace which sealed his fate. Sylvain worked in other people's wineries for 10 years before establishing his own domaine BOCK in 2010 with just over 4ha in Alba la Romaine and Valvignières in the South of Ardèche. Luckily for him, the vines were certified biodynamic even before Sylvain purchased them. The reds (Grenache, Carignan, Merlot and Syrah) are vinified separately and are subject to carbonic macération and then aged for 4-5 months in old barrels. Sylvain's Chardonnay receives a small amount of time in oak and the Grenache Blanc is fermented in steel tanks. Sans soufre ajouté!

  1. 2018 Suck a Rock, MerlotThe wine has no added sulphites207
Côtes de la Molière  Bruno & Isabelle Perraud
Beaujolais

Husband and wife duo Bruno and Isabelle Perraud make wine under their domaine 'Côtes de la Moliere' in the northern corner of Beaujolais. Their 8.5ha of vineyard cover Moulin-á-Vent, Morgon, Fleurie and a few plots outside of the appellation. Also, they rent a few parcels just north of Beaujolais, in Pouilly-Fussé and Saint-Véran. In 1989, Bruno accidentally poisoned himself with insecticide and decided to remove it from his vineyard practices after observing the effects on his body. In 2002 the domaine was certified organic. The journey to purity continued as Bruno and Isabel decided to leave behind chemical yeasts, filtration and ultimately the use of SO2.

  1. 2019 Morgon Cote de Py, GamayFew bottlesThe wine has no added sulphites313
Elisa Guérin Elisa Guérin
Beaujolais , Chénas
  1. 2022 Beaujolais-Villages, GamayFew bottles168
La Combe aux Rêves Grégoire Perron
Bugey, Journans
  1. 2020 Vin pieds sous terre No1, Pinot Noir, PoulsardFew bottlesThe wine has no added sulphites272
  2. 2020 Vin pieds sous terre No2, Gamay, Peloursin, Geuesche NoirThe wine has no added sulphites272
Ad Vinum Sébastien Chatillon
Côtes du Rhône, Gard

Sébastien Chatillon flyttade till Vallabrix i departementet Gard 2016 och hans första årgångar har rönt stor uppmärksamhet. Men så har han också sällsynt talang och har hunnit med en hel del trots sin ålder. I slutet av tonåren, när han fortfarande jobbade runt och sökte mening med livet, slutade ofta kvällarna i en kompis pappas vinkällare och tanken slog honom: ”om jag nu gillar vin så mycket kanske jag skulle kunna jobba med det här?”. Lyckligtvis fick han den bästa av lärare i René Mosse som öppnade världen med naturliga viner för honom och det var exakt vad han sökte. Efter fyra år i Anjou gick flytten till Paris där René presenterade honom för Iñaki Aizpitarte på Chateaubriand och som 25-åring blev han chefsommelier på av väldens mest kända restauranger. Det fanns det ingen återvändo. Sedermera öppnade han även den lilla vinbutiken Le Cave som introducerade naturliga viner som INTE kom från Frankrike för parisarna. Efter sju år i Paris var det dags för nästa steg – att göra eget vin. Valet föll på Gard för att det finns flera olika klimat, druvor och jordmåner inom ett relativt litet område. Här har han köpt en liten vinmark men till största delen köps druvor in från vänner han litar på. I vineriet blandar han druvor från olika lägen och färger och låter dem vila på flera olika typer av kärl. Allt buteljeras ofiltrerat och utan tillsatt svavel.

  1. 2021 La Cordelière, Carignan, Mourvèdre (dir press)The wine has no added sulphites226
Domaine Milan Théophile & Natalie Milan (Henri Milan)
Provence
  1. 2019 Le Jardin, MerlotFew bottles438
  2. 2021 Le Premier, Pinot NoirFew bottles516
Le Temps des Cerises Axel Prüfer
Roussillon

Vigneron extraordinaire Axel Prüfer was born in East Germany, but as a young man he moved to Languedoc to start making wine. Axel met Eric Pfifferling early on which helped set his course for the kind of wine he wanted to make. In 2003 he established Domaine Les Temps de Cerises which refers to an old Parisian song from the Revolution. Axel's vineyards are buzzing with life: insects, herbs, flowers, weeds. Wild boar roam in the nearby forests and Axel uses human hair collected from the local hairdressers to distract them from eating all his grapes. Yields are super low. The winery is minimalistic to say the least: only a few steel and fibreglass tanks. Wood is only used if it is super old and won't leak any flavours into the finished product. SO2 is rarely ever used. Axel's whites 'La Peur de Rouge' (Chardonnay) is outrageously complex and individual and the reds are fresh and pure.

  1. 2022 Avanti Popolo, Grenache, Syrah, Merlot, Alicante, Cabernet SauvignonThe wine has no added sulphites
Les Bories Jefferies  Josef Jefferies
Roussillon

British born Jo Jefferies moved out to Languedoc to help out his dad with some construction work many moons ago. Naturally, he fell in love and decided to stay, later establishing Domaine Bories-Jefferies from vines that used to belong to his in-laws. The vineyard lies on volcanic soils which adds freshness and crazy-good minerality in the finished wines. I nspired by his friends Bernard Bellahsen and Rémi Pujol, Jo describes his wines as home made. He says if you were making a cake at home would you add additives, chemicals? Of course not. In order to sustain this philosophy, Jo and his wife are determined to keep production small, so no sacrifices need to be made. Plantings are mediterranean classics Grenache Blanc and Noir on lava soils, plus Marsanne, Cinsault, Carignan and Terret on a mix of gravel and basalt. In the cellar the wines age for 8 months on their lees (fine lees for the reds and total lees for the whites).

  1. 2021 La Pique Dorée , Grenache, Carignan, CinsaultThe wine has no added sulphites118

Italy

Paolo Foppiani
Emilia-Romagna

His whites and amber wines are based on local grape varieties such as Rkatsiteli, Kakhuri Mtsvane and Tsolikouri, which all spend between 1,5 to 6 months in Qvevri.

  1. 2018 Vino Rosso di Fognano 'Duset', DolcettoFew bottlesThe wine has no added sulphites226

Spain

Oriol Artigas Oriol Artigas
Penedès, Alella

Oriol set out to be a chemist, but after a single harvest in his home area in Catalunya, he decided to study winemaking. Later he landed a job teaching oenology, which gave him a chance to pursue his dream - to revive the old vineyards of his homeland and make pure, unmasked wines that display their terroir with incredible precision. His white wines are primarily Pansa Blanca (the local name for Xarel.lo), sometimes with a bit of Garnacha Blanca, but more than anything they are vinified vineyard by vineyard. An extreme example is the 'La Prats' vineyard, which has more that 50 different varieties growing on it, yielding a wine which is just as rosé as it is orange. Other beauties include the 'La Bella', a white wine made from 80 years-old Pansa Blanca with 11 days of skin contact, and 'El Monstre', made from Pansa Negre with a small amount of Pansa Blanca and Pansa Rosado. The wines see no chemicals or winemaking techniques whatsoever.

  1. 2021 El Rall Negre, Merlot, Garnatxa Tinta, Syrah, Mataró, SumollThe wine has no added sulphites168
  2. 2021 El Rumbero Negre, Garnatxa NegraThe wine has no added sulphites187
Vino 6° Elemento Rafa & Silvia López Díaz-Alejo
Valencia

In Valencia, a certain grape variety is hard to overlook - Bobal. Rafa and Silvia have set out to showcase and uplift this variety to where they think it really should be: amongst the highest stars on the grape skies. Sexto Elemento is named so, simply because there is one missing piece in the traditional philosophical notion of the elements - wine, of course! The different cuvées of Bobal are mainly separated by the age of the vines, ranging from 60-95 years old. Everything is done in a natural way, and vinification takes place in big barrels without temperature controlling, which makes for big, deep and sumptous natural red wines that are still very easy to drink. There is also a lighter red made from the Royal grape, as well as a sweet, orange wine from Viura (the local name for Macabeo) in the portfolio with 250 days of skin contact... Highly recommended for lovers of deep fruit! 

  1. 2020 David & Goliath, BobalThe wine has no added sulphites212
Cider

Cider

France

La Ferme du Port Coustic Mathieu Le Saux
Bretagne, Île de Groix
  1. 2018 Al CapomThe wine has no added sulphites113
Spirits

Spirits

France

Ad Vinum Sébastien Chatillon
Côtes du Rhône, Gard

Sébastien Chatillon flyttade till Vallabrix i departementet Gard 2016 och hans första årgångar har rönt stor uppmärksamhet. Men så har han också sällsynt talang och har hunnit med en hel del trots sin ålder. I slutet av tonåren, när han fortfarande jobbade runt och sökte mening med livet, slutade ofta kvällarna i en kompis pappas vinkällare och tanken slog honom: ”om jag nu gillar vin så mycket kanske jag skulle kunna jobba med det här?”. Lyckligtvis fick han den bästa av lärare i René Mosse som öppnade världen med naturliga viner för honom och det var exakt vad han sökte. Efter fyra år i Anjou gick flytten till Paris där René presenterade honom för Iñaki Aizpitarte på Chateaubriand och som 25-åring blev han chefsommelier på av väldens mest kända restauranger. Det fanns det ingen återvändo. Sedermera öppnade han även den lilla vinbutiken Le Cave som introducerade naturliga viner som INTE kom från Frankrike för parisarna. Efter sju år i Paris var det dags för nästa steg – att göra eget vin. Valet föll på Gard för att det finns flera olika klimat, druvor och jordmåner inom ett relativt litet område. Här har han köpt en liten vinmark men till största delen köps druvor in från vänner han litar på. I vineriet blandar han druvor från olika lägen och färger och låter dem vila på flera olika typer av kärl. Allt buteljeras ofiltrerat och utan tillsatt svavel.

  1. Iris Gin (500ml)Few bottles724
  2. Le Roman de la Poire Gin (700ml)Few bottles940
Sake

Sake

Japan

Kirei Shuzō
Japan
  1. Kirei 80 720 ml 17% SE (720ml)Few bottlesThe wine has no added sulphites210
Mii no Kotobuki
Japan
  1. Mii no Umeshu 720 ml 10% SE (720ml)The wine has no added sulphites281
Miyako-Bijin
Japan
  1. Yoigokochi Yuzu 720 ml 7% SE (720ml)Few bottlesThe wine has no added sulphites240
Terada Honke
Shiba Prefecture
  1. Katori 90 720 ml 15% SE (720ml)Few bottlesThe wine has no added sulphites210

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