‘Fahrenheit’

Regular price $82
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  • Freaky Level 3
    Adventurous with a touch of natty snarl.
  • Age Worthy
    Here for a good time *and* a long time!
  • Light & Lifted
    Fresh reds that love a chill.
  • Savoury
    Brine, spice, leather and other non-fruit notes are the star.
  • Zero Zero
    Wine at its most natural with no sulphur added during or after fermentation. Freaky, wild, pure and difficult to produce.
  • Weekend Prizes
    Fancy meal or second-date wines under $50.
‘Fahrenheit’

‘Fahrenheit’

Regular price $82
/
  • Freaky Level 3
    Adventurous with a touch of natty snarl.
  • Age Worthy
    Here for a good time *and* a long time!
  • Light & Lifted
    Fresh reds that love a chill.
  • Savoury
    Brine, spice, leather and other non-fruit notes are the star.
  • Zero Zero
    Wine at its most natural with no sulphur added during or after fermentation. Freaky, wild, pure and difficult to produce.
  • Weekend Prizes
    Fancy meal or second-date wines under $50.
Possibly a Pathway?

Grenache, Syrah, Rhone Valley, France 

Like a roughly indented gap along the forest floor, possibly a pathway, but who’s to say really? Originally from Normandy, Sébastien Chatillon worked as the head sommelier of Le Chateaubriand in Paris for seven years before moving to Vallabrix (in the Gard) to begin Ad Vinum in 2016. Séba. . .

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Grenache, Syrah, Rhone Valley, France 

Like a roughly indented gap along the forest floor, possibly a pathway, but who’s to say really? Originally from Normandy, Sébastien Chatillon worked as the head sommelier of Le Chateaubriand in Paris for seven years before moving to Vallabrix (in the Gard) to begin Ad Vinum in 2016. Sébastien previously worked with René Mosse in Anjou, an experience that opened his world to natural wine and inspired the direction Ad Vinum was to take. ‘Fahrenheit’ is a co-maceration of organically grown grenache and syrah, aged in neutral oak for nine months collecting itself along the way. The 70yr old vines pull mineral richness from deep within the clay and limestone soils, giving this wine its charmingly secure footing. Fluidity, purple rocks, fresh ping pong-ing acidity, orange atomizer & grilled green plum. Pour alongside stuffed mushrooms & listening to Dave Van Ronk.


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Grenache, Syrah, Rhone Valley, France 

Like a roughly indented gap along the forest floor, po. . .

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Grenache, Syrah, Rhone Valley, France 

Like a roughly indented gap along the forest floor, possibly a pathway, but who’s to say really? Originally from Normandy, Sébastien Chatillon worked as the head sommelier of Le Chateaubriand in Paris for seven years before moving to Vallabrix (in the Gard) to begin Ad Vinum in 2016. Sébastien previously worked with René Mosse in Anjou, an experience that opened his world to natural wine and inspired the direction Ad Vinum was to take. ‘Fahrenheit’ is a co-maceration of organically grown grenache and syrah, aged in neutral oak for nine months collecting itself along the way. The 70yr old vines pull mineral richness from deep within the clay and limestone soils, giving this wine its charmingly secure footing. Fluidity, purple rocks, fresh ping pong-ing acidity, orange atomizer & grilled green plum. Pour alongside stuffed mushrooms & listening to Dave Van Ronk.


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