sharãb

non-alcoholic | structured

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"the structure of a wine is its hardware,
the physical structure that gives it shape
or outline, much like the
brickwork or walls
of a house"

– Mary Gorman-McAdams (Master of Wine)

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instead of an
invasive 'de-alcoholising' process
we use a gentle technique of secondary fermentation
to convert alcohol into acetic acid
- similar to what happens
when wine ages
over time

we then rebalance this
with grape must and an infusion
of selected botanicals to recreate wine's
structure, intensity
& bouquet

a period of ageing in oak then imparts
a layered complexity normally
expected from a
fine wine

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"Drinking a very old wine
can be a soulful experience... but it is
also a vector to mystical
experience."

Terry Theise (wine writer)

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inspired
by Sufi poetry
and driven by its perception
of
 wine as the ultimate metaphor for
the ethereal and the 
transcendental

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rubàyyát

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taking its name from the book of verses
by Omār Khàyyám this a vibrant red,
medium bodied, lightly oaked
with 
dark fruits and
spice notes

màsnavvī

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named after a poem by Jalāluddìn Rumí 
this is medium bodied white, off-dry 

lightly oaked with tropical
fruits & herbaceous
notes

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