Wine Fair Public

Thank you for visiting Sevslo Wine at the Sylvan Wine Fair! We're really proud to be showcasing our selection of wines from these wonderful winemakers.

You can find more information about the wines below.

Wait Wait 2020

£22

Region: Alsace

Grape: Chasselas and Muscat from Sylvie Faller's vineyards, Saint-Hippolyte. 

Farming: Organic 

Method: Natural

Alc: 11%

How it tastes: A refreshing fizz with flavours of lemon curd, grapefruit, apricot, and a hint of musk - ideal while anticipating the comeback of the warmer days.

How it's made: Chasselas (80%) undergoes direct pressing, with the addition of macerated Muscat (6 days of skin contact with whole bunches), and is vinified in stainless steel vats. Natural fermentation in the bottle with disgorgement taking place after 6 months of aging. No additives, unfiltered, and contains low added sulphites.

Clair-Obscur Rouge 2022

£23

Region: Gard

Grape: Syrah and Grenache

Farming: Organic | Biodynamic

Method: Natural

Alc: 12%

How it tastes: Bubbly and delightful! A Pet'Nat with red fruit notes, wonderfully juicy, and very natural, as skillfully crafted by Maxime and Angela. 

How it's made: The wine undergoes a natural co-fermentation, with two days of skin maceration, employing the Pet Nat method. Gently disgorged six months later, no additives added.

La Grande Rando 2021

£24

Region: Gard

Grape: Old vines Grenache, Carignan, Cinsault and Clairette Blanche. 

Farming: Organic | Biodynamic

Method: Natural

Alc: 12%

How it tastes: Complex with smooth texture, featuring notes of English candy, woodland fruits, and subtle hints of cashew nut.

How it's made: Field blend, seven-day maceration, natural fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Maturation for 18 months, with 50% ageing in old barrels. No additives and unfiltered.

Vida Loca 2021

£24

Region: Roussillon

Grape: Caladoc and Marselan from Rivesaltes

Farming: Organic 

Method: Natural

Alc: 13.5%

How it's made: Whole clusters, undergoing a natural co-fermentation for one week, followed by a 10-month aging period in stainless steel. The wine is unfined, unfiltered, and has no added sulphites. (Vinified in Alsace) 

Queue de Pressoir 2020

£18

Region: Cahors

Grape: 60 year old vines, Segualin and Malbec

Farming: Organic | Biodynamic

Method: Natural

Alc: 12.5%

How it tastes: Intensely concentrated flavours of blue and red berries, along with subtle floral notes and a hint of chalkiness, grip sensation on the finish. Best enjoyed when slightly chilled.

How it's made: Direct press (infusion) of the Segualin, complemented by the addition of 30% "end of press" Malbec, natural co-fermentation in concrete vats. Low sulphites are introduced during bottling, and the wine undergoes a gentle filtration process, no additives. 

À l’Horizon 2020

£25

Region: Alsace

Grape: Riesling from Claude Straub's vineyards, Blienschwiller. 

Farming: Organic | Biodynamic

Method: Natural

Alc: 13.5%

How it tastes: Rich and complex Riesling, showcasing nuances of peach, pear, citrus zest, and acacia flowers. Its freshness persists through to the finish, which is marked by exceptional minerality.

How it's made: The entire bunch undergoes complete malolactic fermentation using natural yeasts. Vinification and maturation occur in new barrels for a duration of 12 months, without the use of additives and without filtration.

Cuvée 'Crochet' Rosé Extra Brut 2022

£22

Region: Lorraine

Grape: Gamay and Pinot Noir

Farming: Organic

Method: Natural

Alc: 12%

How it tastes: Flavours of strawberries and cream, green apple, and lemon zest, complemented by red and yellow fruits, finished with subtle notes of nuts. 

How it's made: Initial natural fermentation occurs in stainless steel tanks, during the second traditional bottle fermentation (following the champagne process), the wine is left to age on the fine lees for a minimum of 9 months before undergoing disgorgement, low sulphites added.

'Les Blaissières Blanc de Blancs' Brut

£22

Region: Lorraine

Grape: Auxerrois and Chardonnay

Farming: Organic

Method: Natural

Alc: 12.5%

How it tastes: Aromatic bouquet featuring baked apple notes with hints of yellow fruits and white flowers, complemented by mineral undertones. Perfectly balanced with a remarkable energy.

How it's made: Initial natural fermentation occurs in stainless steel tanks, during the second traditional bottle fermentation (following the champagne process), the wine is left to age on the fine lees for a minimum of 10 months before undergoing disgorgement, low sulphites added.