FLAT RATE $25 SHIPPING OR FREE SHIPPING FOR ALL CLUB D’VINE MEMBERS
One bottle of Still (non Sparkling) DEMI SEC, one bottle of Sparkling DEMI SEC, one bottle of Still (non Sparkling) BRUT, one bottle of Sparkling BRUT, two berelé flasks. Save $62!
The one and only, rare sparkling honey wine, produced in this two step method: Fermented and aged in Sonoma and then fermented again under pressure to produce bubbles naturally.
The smooth toasty notes makes it a perfect brunch wine, aperitif, and overall champagne substitute.
Aroma: Wintergreen, exotic tropical fruits, and coriander spiced honeydew
Taste: Crisp, breadfruit, kiwi, and guanabana
Finish: Powdered sugar, dry wildflower, and almond flour
The world standard for premium dry honey wine. Crisp, dry, and complex but with no bitter tannins.
Those who enjoy drier cocktails or cider, pilsner style beers, and a variety of grape wine will appreciate versatile Brut.
Pair with foods normally difficult to pair wine with e.g. eggs, salads, smoked salmon, young goat cheese, light seafood and pasta.
Aroma: Spicy aromas of tropical fruit medley and honeysuckle
Taste: Bright, smooth, dry-yet-fruity, white pepper, floral dry wildgrass, and nutskin
Finish: Medium-length, nutty, spiced apples and coconut
A sweet sparkling, Demi Sec, make it even more rare. A perfectly balanced fruit-forward semi-sweet bubbly honey wine.
Perfect for spicier foods and BBQ or for warm days and nights.
Aroma: Grape pips, exotic flowers, and almond butter
Taste: Pine blossom, spice nuts, tropica wood, and tobacco leaves
Finish: Apple mint relish, vanilla cream, and melon
Moderation and balance is the Demi Sec mantra - a balanced and crisp semi-sweet honey wine.
Rich honey smoothness, but with a clean and smooth finish. Sweet, fruity, and light.
Pair with spicy foods, BBQ, blue cheeses, or enjoy after dinner.
Aroma: Bright, fruity, floral aromas of spiced apples and pears, melon gelato, and mint
Taste: Silky, spice nuts, wintermint, coconut water, and spiced papaya
Finish: Pear sauce, starfruit, jicama, and creamed honey
Round drinking flasks were the glass of choice among the elite Axumite Ethiopians, Egyptians, Romans, and other ancient civilizations.
The berelé ብርሌ flask is still used today in Ethiopia, but peculiarly, exclusively for t'ej (ጠጅ) no other beverage. Own a piece of drinking history - the oldest style drinking vessel in current use. Available only from the Honey Wine Company.
The bespoke flask is embossed 'ጠጅ' and 'BDV' on the opposite side. Order flasks a la carte or full boxes of 48 for your next toga party or wedding.
Matt Kettmann, Wine Enthusiast Magazine
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