Category Archives: Meet Natural Wine Producers

Pull That Cork Meets Pull The Cork

Pull That Cork

At the beginning of setting up PTC, we received an email from over the water from Nancy and Peter of Pull That Cork. Since then we have both been in regular contact and we thought it would be nice to present them to the UK because they have a cracking blog and Instagram account that […]

Biodynamic Wines: How Gut Oggau has Conquered our Hearts

gut oggau

You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but can you judge a wine by its label? Not really, but Gut Oggau, which is produced by Eduard Tscheppe & Stephanie Tscheppe Eselböck by Lake Neusiedl in Austria’s Burgenland province, possibly comes closest to making this true. Before starting the winery, Eduard made conventional wine with his […]

Elisabetta Foradori – a Key Figure in Italian Winemaking

Foradori

Near San Michele all’ Adige, on the right bank of the Adige River, a wide plain unfolds beneath the mountains: its name is Campo Rotaliano. This is where the Teroldego, one of the country’s best grapes, thrives. It is no coincidence that this striking landscape marks the linguistic and cultural boundary between the Tyrol and […]

Join The English Wine Wave With Nutbourne

Nutbourne

English wine has been evident in the press a lot quite recently, so here we are ready to introduce to you a hidden secret – Nutbourne Vineyards! How did Nutbourne Vineyards start? Nutbourne is unique, they are a pioneer in the UK wine industry, with 20 acres of vines being planted with Germanic varieties (Bacchus, […]

Celebrating International Women’s Day – The Wonder Women

Women

Today, Friday 8th March is International Women’s Day. To celebrate, we are highlighting two of our favourite incredibly talented female winemakers and grape growers that we are lucky enough to work with. Below is two of the most influential female winemakers that are turning out some incredible wines at the moment. Marta Pedra Marta Pedra […]

Winery Interview With Cantina Orsogna

Cantina Orsogna

Please introduce yourself and Cantina Orsogna: Cantina Orsogna, created in 1964, is a cooperative company of 450 partners. It is the largest producer of organic and biodynamic wines in the south centre of Italy. It has more than 1.100 hectares of vines, 80% is certified organic, and 30% is certified biodynamic (biodynamic viticulture) by Demeter. […]

Understanding the Ardèche Par Nature approach

Par Nature

Recently we have been lucky enough to have taken on a cracking collection of everyday drinking wines from Ardèche Par Nature. The vineyard is situated on the southern side of the southern part of Ardèche on the Rhone Valley’s right bank. Par Nature is operated by Vignerons Ardechois, which when it started back in the twelfth […]

Introducing you to the wines of Château Léoube

Château Léoube

You Win Some, You Lose Some Starting a start-up is hard work, starting a start-up in the wine trade – a highly competitive market – it’s next to impossible. Trying to interact and please everyone is hard work – but if like us you thrive from hard work and pleasing people, then, in the long run, […]