Chasselas de Morges Nu

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Switzerland  La Côte 

Unfiltered Chasselas, a perfect Summer wine.

All the Chasselas facets, but with a bit more acidity, a bit more bitterness, a bit more fruit left in. A beer lover's wine, too.

Features Biodynamic, Unoaked, Low Intervention, "Natural", "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan
Style White, Still, Dry, Single Variety
Varieties
  • Alpine Wines Grape Varieties: Chasselas
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Nu Chasselas Morges 2019 75cl cl
£25.20
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London Warehouse42 in Warehouse
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Nu Chasselas Morges 2018 75cl cl
£25.20
StoreAvailability
London Warehouse30 in Warehouse
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A "vin vivant" live wine, unfiltered, unfined, slowly fermented in a cold cellar, slowly matured, no added sulfites.

 

Both our unfiltered Chasselas are fantastic for Summer as they drink beautifully even warm.

Note: This is a wine with the lees left in. If you want clear wine, store the bottle standing up for a few days before drinking and pour gently.

Style White, Still, Dry, Single Variety
Winemaker Cave de La Cote Uvavins
Country Switzerland
Region La Côte
Features Biodynamic, Unoaked, Low Intervention, "Natural", "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan
Cru Morges
Aged In Steel, Foudre (big wood)
Closure Natural Cork
Varieties Chasselas
Ripeness Normal
Winemaking Matured on the Lees, Spontaneous Yeast, Unfiltered, Unfined, Low Added Sulphur, Malolactic
2019
Product Code 41UV1019
Size 75cl
Alcohol 11.5
Last Tasted 6 Jan 2021
mature evolution? No
Keep Until 2022
Case Size 6
Closure Natural Cork
In a nutshell Natural chasselas from Morges terroir
2018
Product Code 41UV1018
Size 75cl
Alcohol 11.5
Last Tasted 1 Oct 2020
mature evolution? No
Keep Until 2022
Case Size 6
Closure Natural Cork
In a nutshell Unfiltered Chasselas, a perfect Summer wine
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 This is the "slow, clean" style of natural wine, not the "fast, messy" style - just a little bit more of everything in the wine, more fruit, more bitterness, more acidity, more complexity, more minerality - things that the filtering, fining and sulfites reduce a little (in exchange for a clearer, more stable wine)

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