FROM INTERESTING PLACES
WITHOUT ALL THE NONSENSE
Sparkling Furmint | Hungary
If Champagne is Mayfair, then this is Soho. It has character, and unlike Prosecco, it is made using exactly the same method as Champagne. It's creamy, nutty and addictive.
BUT WITH FLAIR
Syrah | Romania
It is our flagship summer red, and won a blind taste test against French, Italian and Spanish reds: a testament to Romania's burgeoning wine industry. It's light, smooth, and far too easy to drink.
BUT MORE LAID BACK
Cabernet Sauvignon | Israel
If Bordeaux had a quirky, mysterious uncle, this would be it. It's the same grape. Same quality. It just comes with a complicated and interesting back story. It's rich, spicy, and lip-smacky.
A BIT LIKE BORDEAUX
BUT WAY MORE COMPLEX
Feteasca Neagra & Merlot | Romania
The vines for this wine were planted in 1447, so it's been a labour of love. But this pale, crisp Rosé has been worth the wait. It's fresh, fruity and subtle.
THE FIRST TRUE CHALLENGER
Grüner Veltliner | Austria
Grüner Veltliner is the hero grape of Austria. It is to Austria what Tempranillo is to Spain. Or what Notorious B.I.G is to East Coast rap. We love this wine. It's tangy, refreshing and classy.
A MODERN DAY CLASSIC
FROM THE ALPS
Assyrtiko | Greece
As smooth as Chablis, but hangs out on an island, and comes from volcanic soil. The grape is Assyrtiko (ass-err-ti-co), which is indigenous to Santorini, in Greece. It's clean, creamy and moorish.
IMAGINE IF CHABLIS
HAD A COOLER COUSIN
Sauvignon Blanc | Romania
Romania has been making wine with this grape for 3,000 years longer than New Zealand - and with age comes wisdom. It's crisp, aromatic and easy drinking. Pairs well with a second bottle.
WITH MORE EXPERIENCE
GET TO KNOW US
We are Other World Wines, and we are bringing people together to drink delicious wine, from interesting places, without all the nonsense.
Wine is often unnecessarily complicated, and intimidating. On top of that, it's all from the same places.
We like to think we're different. We find wine in undiscovered regions and handpick the favourites. Then we present it to you in plain English.
Wine started 6000 years ago, in Georgia, as a delicious way of bringing people together - but since it has lost its way a bit. People buy it as an investment, instead of drinking it. We're trying to get it back on track.
Enjoy responsibly, or otherwise.
Gleb & Jack
(sometimes we drink beer)