HEALDSBURG, Calif. (October 26th, 2022) — Kind of Wild Wines, a direct-to-consumer wine brand selling organic and vegan-certified wines produced by family-owned wineries, has expanded its certified organic and vegan range with the release of its new Brut Nature Sparkling from Penedes, Spain (D.O. Cava).
This new sparkling wine is the lowest sugar and lowest calorie wine made by Kind of Wild to date, measuring 0.03 grams and 92 calories, respectively, per glass (5.07 oz). The Brut Nature classification requires zero sugar added in the dosage, making it the driest and purest style of Cava. It is also aged 12 months on its lees, providing a soft, delicate and well-balanced palate. This Organic Brut Nature is currently available exclusively online and able to ship direct to consumers in 24 states, just in time for the holiday season.
Since launching in mid-2021, Kind of Wild Wines has expanded its portfolio that now includes 10 wines from 7 different countries. They are also 1% for the Planet members, contributing 1% of annual revenue to various environmental groups focused on an eco-mission. When someone chooses Kind of Wild Wines, they’re buying more than wine, they are supporting growers and winemakers across the globe who believe in organic and regenerative farming to have a lasting impact on the local ecosystem.
Kind of Wild Wines consists of a Rose and Chardonnay (France), Sauvignon Blanc (Chile), Gruner Veltliner (Austria), Montepulciano d’Abruzzo (Italy), Malbec-Cabernet Sauvignon (Argentina), Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon (Columbia Valley, Washington), and now the Brut Nature Sparkling joining the Tempranillo-Garnacha (Spain). Details on the wines, regions, serving facts, and recommended food pairings are available on the website.
About Kind of Wild Wines
Kind of Wild is a certified organic and certified vegan direct-to-consumer wine brand developed by Adam Sager & Jordan Sager. The collection of global wine discoveries is devoted to regenerating the planet by partnering solely with organic growers that work diligently to improve their soils, along with a pledge to donate 1% of revenue to nonprofits focused on climate initiatives.