*NEW* - Brockley Natural Wine Club (BNWC) 
Our monthly tasting event exploring & explaining low intervention wine-making

We are launching Brockley Natural Wine Club, hosted monthly at Browns of Brockley, where we will showcase different Natural Wines and aspects within, starting from the basics (an introduction to natural wine) and leading on to specific winemakers and winemaking techniques. We will co-host events with Didier Cappa of Les Caves de Pyrenes, long-time importer and champion of natural wines in the UK. 

Each month we will bring a handful of wines to share and discuss. These will often be wines not stocked at Salthouse Bottles and there will be an opportunity to order bottles on the night. Afterwards, you will be welcome to stay a little while for a drink - either something you have bought at the event, or any bottles you have decided to bring along to share.

Session #1 is scheduled for
Thursday 28th March
and tickets will be available soon

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PS - check out Raw Wine (this weekend) and Real Wine Fair (May) if you think you would enjoy wine fairs showcasing natural, organic & biodynamic wines. We'll be at both.

In Other Wine News - Recent Arrivals
Hautes Terres Les Autres Terres (Chardonnay, Limoux) 2017
Lucy Margaux Wildman Blanc (Sauvignon Blanc, Adelaide Hills) 2016
Lucy Margaux Sauvignon Franc 2017 (a few left)
Vignereuse CroiZADe (Gaillac) 2016
Weingut Wasenhaus Baden Nouveau 2018
Pierre Frick Pinot Gris Selections de Grains Nobles (Alsace) 2008 (a couple!)
Costadilà Rosso (Emilia Romagna) 2017

Available Soon
Costadilà Frizzante Moz (Moscatel, Emilia Romagna) 2017
Jolly Ferriol Pet'Nat (Rousillon)
Ca' de Noci Sottobosco (Lambrusco, Emilia Romagna) 2016
Ca' de Noci Notte di Luna 2015

(See here for our current wine list)

We now have bottles of qvevri-fermented (underground clay pots) ciders from Tillingham Wines (Ben Walgate), in Peasmarsh, near Rye, East Sussex. If you follow us on Instagram or Twitter you might have seen our day trip to the winery or posts about the drinks themselves.

Ben approaches cider-making from a winemaker's angle and has fermented 2 ciders on UK-grown Pinot Noir skins and Dabinett apple pomace, respectively. The first batch of Pinot Noir (Peaux de Pinot) has already sold and there are only a couple of Peaux de Pommes remaining, but we are hoping to have fresh stocks arrive next week. We'll have a bottle of Peaux de Pommes open this afternoon (Saturday 9th March) - pop in for a sip!

Also from Ben Walgate is Starvecrow Pet Nat - the Starvecrow label is used for apples grown on a neighbouring farm. This cider was bottled during wild yeast fermentation and, as with Ben's wines, is unfiltered, unfined and has no added sulphites.

Finally, Pollen Cider returns. There is no winemaker involved here, but this has now spent 4 years on its lees (spent yeast) in the bottle and has developed an amazing Champagne-like complexity, depth & acidity. Available in half & full size bottles.


PS You might have seen/heard that I (Richard Salthouse) and Ross Brown (of Browns of Brockley) have taken on the lease of No10 Coulgate Street, formerly Mo Pho and soon to be a small restaurant with BYO drinks. For more news on this, follow @no10coulgate on Instagram.
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