The benefits of packaging wine in kegs are numerous: one keg is equal to 26 bottles of wine; the wine stays perfectly fresh for weeks, or even months; and the infinitely reusable container helps reduce the carbon footprint in all stages of the wine's life - from the production to post-use. Not to mention, all of this can be achieved with only minor adjustments to an existing tap system. This is hip, avant-garde, and environmentally-friendly winemaking at its most delicious. 

DOMAINE de l'HORTUS 2014 GRAND CUVEE  ROUGE
60% Syrah | 35% Grenache | 5% Mourvedre

BERGERIE de l'HORTUS 2015 CLASSIQUE  ROUGE
60% Syrah | 35% Grenache | 5% Mourvedre

LE LOUP DANS LE BERGERIE 2015 ROUGE

80% Grenache | 20% Syrah

LOUP Y ES-TU? 2015 BLANC

80% Muscat | 10% Chardonnay | 10% Viognier

Charles Bieler and Bruce Schneider are natural ambassadors for wine in kegs. Bruce, the grandson of a bootlegger, is also a renowned winemaker specializing in wines from the state of New York. Charles Bieler is a oenological Jack of All Trades making rosé in Provence, Mezcal in Mexico, and a number of wines in between under the Charles & Charles and Three Thieves labels.

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