Monthly Wine Club, Organic (3 bottles) | Abel & Cole

Monthly Wine Club, Organic (3 bottles)

£30.00
(£10.00 per 75cl)
Organic Vegan

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Join us for a deep dive into the wonderful world of organic wine. Every month our wine guru Honey Spencer puts together a new, tempting trio of themed organic tipples and provides in-depth tasting notes to help you separate your tannins from your bouquets.

This month in Wine Club we take a very eco-friendly cycle over to northern Spain, to the ancient territory of Navarra. Our route is inspired by the ‘Be Bike’ range from dedicated organic winemakers Quaderna Via. Navarra is a region of both geographical and historical fascination. It forms a bridge between the old Castille region, in which a huge portion of the country was once encompassed, the equally-impressive Aragon to the west, and France to the north. It’s fair to say Navarra has seen its share of turf-tussles over the years, and in fact, the old territory of ‘Navarre’ is now owned by both Spain and France, depending on which side of the Pyrenees you’re talking about. In terms of vineyards, these can be found from the lower slopes of the Pyrenees, as they descend towards the basin of the river Ebro just to the north of Rioja. After a few industry booms and busts, Navarra received its Denominación de Origen in 1933, which to this day recognises the quality of wine production of the region.
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Monday 21st October
Monday 28th October
Be Bike Chardonnay 2018
Despite accounting for only 7% of plantings in the region, this hardy variety does well in Navarra’s climate and has long been a staple in the region’s white repertoire. Here it shows exotic fruit characteristics such as pineapple and mango, which blend well with its mellow acidity and subtle creamy texture, all whilst remaining fresh and alert.
Be Bike Garnacha 2018
It’s hard to think of Spanish wine without its two titans: Tempranillo and Grenache. Grenache, or ‘Garnacha’, as its known locally, has thrived in Spain for centuries, owing its success to its versatility and love of hot, dry climates. Intensely garnet in colour, the Be Bikes take of Garnacha is wave of red fruits and wild herbs, signing off with a silky-smooth texture, owed to three months in barrel prior to bottling.
Be Bike Graciano 2018
Graciano is one of Spain’s best kept secrets. Forming a key building block of viticulture in regions such as Navarra and Rioja, it’s the variety that is often seen and not heard. It produces low yields of high quality and concentrated grapes, and contains structural elements that are perfect for ageing wines, hence its crucial role in Rioja’s Gran Reservas and beyond. Here left to itself as a single varietal expression, it demonstrates bright notes of black cherries and plums, backed by a fleshy structure and delicate lacing of dried mulberry aromas
Be Bike Chardonnay 2018
Despite accounting for only 7% of plantings in the region, this hardy variety does well in Navarra’s climate and has long been a staple in the region’s white repertoire. Here it shows exotic fruit characteristics such as pineapple and mango, which blend well with its mellow acidity and subtle creamy texture, all whilst remaining fresh and alert.
Be Bike Garnacha 2018
It’s hard to think of Spanish wine without its two titans: Tempranillo and Grenache. Grenache, or ‘Garnacha’, as its known locally, has thrived in Spain for centuries, owing its success to its versatility and love of hot, dry climates. Intensely garnet in colour, the Be Bikes take of Garnacha is wave of red fruits and wild herbs, signing off with a silky-smooth texture, owed to three months in barrel prior to bottling.
Be Bike Graciano 2018
Graciano is one of Spain’s best kept secrets. Forming a key building block of viticulture in regions such as Navarra and Rioja, it’s the variety that is often seen and not heard. It produces low yields of high quality and concentrated grapes, and contains structural elements that are perfect for ageing wines, hence its crucial role in Rioja’s Gran Reservas and beyond. Here left to itself as a single varietal expression, it demonstrates bright notes of black cherries and plums, backed by a fleshy structure and delicate lacing of dried mulberry aromas

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Organic farms have lower levels of pesticides, no manufactured herbicides or artificial fertilisers and a more environmentally sustainable way of farming in tune with the land and natural environment.

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