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Noble Fine Liquor
Orange Wine Trinity Mix Pack

It can feel at times that the market for the amber liquid has become a little frothy or oversaturated with every vigneron making one, and every second customer asking for one. I’m confident in saying it’s still in its ‘trend' phase and has been gathering pace in recent years. That trend has lead to some really terrible wines being produced, thankfully though the trend has made it easier to discern the golden from the downright rusty. For those that can’t get enough of the macerated wonder of orange wine, this pack includes 3 distinct styles that present a clear view of what’s possible within this winemaking style. Honesty, excitement and intrigue abound. Whilst each one is distinct from the other, there is an elusive but common thread running throughout.

Lele Wines, Carbonic Field Blend 2019

A field blend from an alluvial, gravelly, coplanted vineyard site in the valley basin of Waipara in New Zealand. The fruit undergoes a 2 week carbonic maceration, making for an exceptionally tropical, juicy, layered and rounded wine. A little fizzy freshness brings brightness to the rounded texture which gains complexity with a bit of time open.

Lucas Rieffel, Lâcher Prise 2018

Wildly easy to drink! Gewurtztraminer doing what it does best by delivering expressive florals then sinking into deep tropical pink acidity. Gently herbal, whilst also offering a soft viscous textural energy akin Sicilian gelato.

Il Ceo, Vespri Orange 2020

A blend of partly press direct and partly macerated indigenous old vine vespaiola. A lighter bodied orange wine with great balance and mineral edges. A striking and nostalgic chamomile tea texture marked by herbal acidity and salivating salinity.
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It can feel at times that the market for the amber liquid has become a little frothy or oversaturated with every vigneron making one, and every second customer asking for one. I’m confident in saying it’s still in its ‘trend' phase and has been gathering pace in recent years. That trend has lead to some really terrible wines being produced, thankfully though the trend has made it easier to discern the golden from the downright rusty. For those that can’t get enough of the macerated wonder of orange wine, this pack includes 3 distinct styles that present a clear view of what’s possible within this winemaking style. Honesty, excitement and intrigue abound. Whilst each one is distinct from the other, there is an elusive but common thread running throughout.

Lele Wines, Carbonic Field Blend 2019

A field blend from an alluvial, gravelly, coplanted vineyard site in the valley basin of Waipara in New Zealand. The fruit undergoes a 2 week carbonic maceration, making for an exceptionally tropical, juicy, layered and rounded wine. A little fizzy freshness brings brightness to the rounded texture which gains complexity with a bit of time open.

Lucas Rieffel, Lâcher Prise 2018

Wildly easy to drink! Gewurtztraminer doing what it does best by delivering expressive florals then sinking into deep tropical pink acidity. Gently herbal, whilst also offering a soft viscous textural energy akin Sicilian gelato.

Il Ceo, Vespri Orange 2020

A blend of partly press direct and partly macerated indigenous old vine vespaiola. A lighter bodied orange wine with great balance and mineral edges. A striking and nostalgic chamomile tea texture marked by herbal acidity and salivating salinity.

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