Natural wines have garnered quite the following in Singapore over the years (here’s looking at you, Wine Rvlt), but really, it’s not the new phenomenon you may assume it to be. In fact, “natural” is one of the oldest winemaking methods, before the intervention of chemicals and additives. Simply put, it’s made with minimal manipulation, technological or otherwise, resulting in a wine that’s essentially pure, fermented grape juice. Nothing more, nothing less.
About 90 natural wine labels feature on the menu, with white, red, orange, and bubbly varieties from across the globe, including countries like Italy, South Africa, Austria, Germany, and New Zealand. Glasses go for $12-$17, while bottles start from $60, alongside a small selection of cocktails and kombucha drinks.