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Here are the best natural wines in Bangkok for under B2,000

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Natural wine (that’s vino made with minimal human intervention) is having a moment in Bangkok. We set some of the city’s top peddlers of progressive, organic, orange and biodynamic wines a budget of B2,000 and asked them: what would you pop open to make a convert of any natural wine newbies? Here’s what they said. 

2016 Stephane Tissot Arbois Rouge D.D., 

From: Jura, France 
The price: B1,600 
Get it at: Wine Garage (winegarage.asia)
“I first drank it in December and loved it! It’s a biodynamic, no sulfur added pinot noir blend loaded with bright ripe cherry, raspberry and floral notes. Serve slightly chilled and enjoy!” Andreas Pergher

2015 On Skins, Pyramid Valley


From: Marlborough, New Zealand
The price: B1,950 
Get it at: About Eatery (abouteatery.com)
“This orange wine from New Zealand is a blend of pinot blanc, pinot gris and gewurztraminer. An absolute stunner, a great intro to natural orange wines.” Andreas Pergher

2015 Gruner Veltliner, Buteo, Weingut Gindl. 

From: Weinviertiel, Austria 
The price: B1,250 
Get it at: Wine Garage (winegarage.asia)
“Gruner is the national grape of Austria. The Buteo spend six weeks on the skins to give it more texture and complexity. The nose is floral and spicy, the palate juicy with a long salty finish with medium body weight.” Benoit Bigot

2015 Pinot Noir, Liaison, Enderle & Moll. 


From: Baden, Germany
The price: B1,800 
Get it at: Wine Garage (winegarage.asia)
“Germany is the third largest producer of pinot noir in the world. The Liaison is from the younger vines of the estate. The nose is pretty and perfume with dark cherry fruits and floral notes, soft juicy palate with good minerality and medium body weight.” Benoit Bigot


2015 Claus Preisinger Kalkundkeisel Red

From: Gols, Austria
The price: B1,560
Get it at: Naturalista (gonaturalista.com)
“I like the approach that this winemaker takes. He uses no pesticides and follows all biodynamic principles, which is very hard from a commercial perspective. This wine is a great balance between being commercial and keeping it real.” Nick Hargun

2014 Huaso de Sauzal Carinena

From: Maule Valley, Chile
The price: B1,650
Get it at: Naturalista (gonaturalista.com)
“A labor of love using a local grape variety, carinena. It’s biodynamic, and these guys don’t use any machinery in the vineyard—it’s a real labor of love, all done by hand.” Nick Hargun 

Who Are They?

Andreas Pergher
Sommelier at modern American restaurant Bunker, which also specializes in orange and natural wines. 


Benoit Bigot
Sommelier at the one-Michelin-starred Suhring (no. 1 in Top Tables 2017/18). 

Nick Hargun
Founder of gonaturalista.com, Bangkok’s first online wine retail store specializing in natural wines.

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