When we decide that our wines are ready, at least to move from a bigger vessel to a smaller one, we start bottling. This is one of the last steps in the very long and complex process from vine plant to wine glass. Somehow, it’s also the beginning of a new life for the wine.
Once bottled, the wine keeps maturing. The natural corks contain a certain amount of oxygen that’s slowly released into the wine. It also releases natural flavour compounds that interact with the wine ever so delicately. Both add to the development and shape of the wine and make it smoother and more complex.
This is a process that takes time, hence us keeping some wines at the cellar after bottling in order for them to reach our family members at the perfect time.
Other wines, especially our fruit-driven whites and rosés, are released immediately after bottling as we love their virgin-like freshness and untouched natural beauty.We use different bottle shapes for different wines to hint at our stylistic ideas and goals for each wine. We always use the best quality natural cork as natural cork and wine form a symbiosis. It's also important to us to protect Mother Earth, and knowing that each cork stopper is capable of retaining up to 112 grams of CO2 makes us sleep better at night.