Christina

  Christina Christina Netzl began her path towards natural winemaking as a young girl of 5 years old, working on her family’s farm and vineyard with her parents and grandparents. Her parents later focused the family business solely on grape growing and winemaking, building the winery up to the 28 hectares they operate today in […]

Shiny new shelf talkers for our Austrian wines!

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Due to popular demand… Retailers alert – we’ve prepared a set of handy shelf talkers for our eight Austrian winemakers for these ever-popular wines. Wine-lovers, some more information about wines to discover or that you already enjoy. Each shelf talker offers a fun, short description of the given wine and grower and also a QR […]

Where’s Linus?

Where’s Linus? We thrive on finding new and exciting wines wherever we go. In recent years we’ve developed some of our own brands in collaboration with talented growers and winemakers: Gaspard in the Loire Valley, Christina from Austria, and recently Fermina wines in from Spain. All these wines are “classic” in that they return to our […]

Amsterdam Wines J&F Wines

Amsterdam Wine Co 271 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10023 (212) 201-1224 info@amsterdamwine.com  amsterdamwine.com    Mon-Sat 10am-9:30pm Sun 12pm-8:30pm    Red Les Vignerons d’Estézargues Les Grandes Vignes Rouge 2018 Côtes du Rhône, France $15 Domaine des 2 Ânes L’ Enclos Corbières 2016 Languedoc-Roussillon $18   White Donkey & Goat The Gadabout 2017 California $23 Christina […]

Press

Press Domaine des 2 Anes and Dirty & Rowdy among the comfort bottles in Eric Asimov’s Finding Comfort in a Bottle of Familiar Wine                                                        

All Producers

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Olivier Cousin Needs Your Help!

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  Most winemakers don’t treat their vineyard like a treasured hand-tilled garden, or choose to work their land with horses.  Olivier Cousin does choose these ways, and for those reasons he doesn’t fit into the established order of French Winemaking. He, like many other natural winemakers, has decided not to work within the Appellation Origine […]