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We present the wines of small vineyards in this competitive worldwide market, in order to defend an endangered species — winemakers who work like artisans, crafting a different wine each year. They do not impose a preconceived taste on their wines, but look to be surprised by what nature gives them — natural wines.

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  • J&F Winemaker Events Coming Soon!

    The Natural Wine Fairs are Coming!   This year New York is blessed with not one or two, but THREE amazing natural wine fairs. Here’s where to be if you want to meet some of our amazing producers who are in town over the next week: Saturday October 26 Peripheral Wine Festival BackBar in Hudson New […]

  • Saint Reginald Parish in NYC This Friday!

    THIS FRIDAY! Andy Reginald Young at Gertie! Andy Young is making thirst quenching natural wines in Oregon that are lighting New York’s Natural wine hotspots on fire. Join us for a fun by the glass takeover party at Gertie, a new farm to table restaurant in Williamsburg. They’ll be featuring his delicious Marigny wines all […]

  • RAW 2019 Coming Soon!

    RAW Fair is coming back to the USA! Don’t forget to get your tickets! Miami has been added this year, here’s the schedule: October 24-25 Montreal October 27-28 New York October 30 Miami November 3-4 Los Angeles In terms of Jenn & François, we are expecting Calcarius by Valentina Passalacqua, Tenuta L’armonia, Vinca Minor, Gut […]

  • A MANIFESTO FOR THE AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL WINE

    We’ve been big fans of Jonathan Nossiter ever since Mondovino came out all those years ago. Check out his latest article in Newsweek, where he really breaks down what we feel like natural wine is all about! We also can’t wait to get our hands on his newest book, Cultural Insurrection, a Manifesto for the […]

  • Jenny Lefcourt Won’t Admit That She’s the Reason You Drink Natural Wine

    Check out Marissa Ross’s profile of Jenny in the Healthyish column!  

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