“From the Tank®” —  high quality natural wine at a very low price that’s good for the planet too! 

“From the Tank®” was born out of the old school idea of going to the local winery with a big empty jug to fill up with easy-drinking juice. This is a tradition that stretches back for ages in France.

Now, we are pleased to serve From the Tank®  in keg as well as box. The keg solution is ideal for the restaurant industry– no more dumping of open bottles at the end of the shift; perfect serving temperature with every glass; and efficiency behind the bar. 

We’ve chosen to use KeyKegs for our wines, a recyclable option that does not involve any deposit or empty kegs taking up valuable restaurant storage space. When a keg is empty, simply delate it, crush with your foot, and throw it in the recycling bin. KeyKegs also stack very easily and take up very little storage space.

Economical.

Ecological.

Delicious.


ftt red genericFROM THE TANK: Estezargues Red Keg

20 liter slimline KeyKeg

Age of Vines: 20 to 80 years
Soil: Red clay based and stone strewn
Varietals: 40% Grenache, 35% Syrah, 15% Carignan

From the Tank® tech sheet

Vinification: Hand harvested. No external yeast and no enzymes are employed during the winemaking process. The bunches are de-stemmed and the fruit undergoes fifteen days of maceration. The wine is stored in enamel-lined tanks, and is bagged and boxed on demand.

Tasting Note: Garnet in the glass with shimmering highlights. Elegant notes of smoky red fruit, violet, sweet herb and a note of baking chocolate. The palate is rich with ripe cherry and berry flavors, and a mineral note that is followed by supple acidity and velvety tannins. This is a very expressive red with a great concentration of fruit and yet it is never overly extracted. The wine finishes with floral notes and a dash of black pepper.


FROM THE TANK: Patience Red Kegftt red generic

20 liter slimline KeyKeg

Vin de Pays du Pont du Gard
Varietals: 60% Syrah, 40% Grenache

Vinification: Hand harvested. No external yeast and no enzymes are employed during the winemaking process. The bunches are de-stemmed and the fruit undergoes fifteen days of maceration. The wine is stored in enamel-lined tanks, and is bagged and boxed on demand.


FROM THE TANK: White Keg

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20 liter slimline KeyKeg

Age of Vines: 10 to 11 years
Yields: 50 hl/ha
Pruning Method: Gobelet & Royat
Soil: Loess (A highly porous mixture of sand and clay)
Varietals: Chardonnay

From the Tank® tech sheet

Vinification: Vinified in tanks and aged three months in concrete.

Tasting Note: Pale yellow in the glass with a tart, fruity nose and dynamic mineral scents. The palate opens with crisp citrus and peach flavors that are boosted by vibrant acidity and heady minerality.


FROM THE TANK: Rosé Keg

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Domaine de la Patience:
20 liter slimline KeyKeg

Age of Vines: 21 yr. old Syrah, 40 yr. old Grenache
Yields: 50 hl/ha
Pruning Method: Gobelet & Royat
Soil: Old terrace (sandstone)
Varietals: 80% Grenache, 20% Syrah

From the Tank® tech sheet

Vinification: This rosé was racked by bleeding, this is done by opening the base of the vat while the wine is still light in color. The wine undergoes traditional vinification without clusters, and is aged in concrete vat with minimum sulfur.