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Same River Twice Vin de France Rouge 2020

We go down twice into the same river, and yet into a different river. For the stream keeps the same name but the water has already flowed past. – Heraclitus

A fresh take on a classic blend of Grenache Noir with a touch of Syrah, Carignan and Mourvèdre. Aromatic richness is balanced by fruit purity and refreshing drinkability. Released October 2021.

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Same River Twice Vin de France Bio Blanc 2020

We go down twice into the same river, and yet into a different river. For the stream keeps the same name but the water has already flowed past. – Heraclitus

A fresh take on local grape Clairette, which gently blends all the different aspects of the grape, mineral, fruit, floral, vegetal. There’s texture, gentle salty acidity and abundant drinkability. Released April 2021.

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Same River Twice Vin de France Bio Rosé 2020

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We go down twice into the same river, and yet into a different river. For the stream keeps the same name but the water has already flowed past. – Heraclitus

A very different Rosé, deliberately deeply coloured, but super fresh and richly flavoured. Unfiltered to keep the natural energy of the fruit plus some cloudiness if shaken. More pale red than an alternative to beer. Released April 2021.

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Same River Twice Vin de France Rouge 2019

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We go down twice into the same river, and yet into a different river. For the stream keeps the same name but the water has already flowed past. – Heraclitus

A fresh take on a classic blend of Grenache Noir with a touch of Syrah. Aromatic richness of place is balanced by fruit purity and drinkability.

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Same River Twice Vin de France Rouge 2018

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We go down twice into the same river, and yet into a different river. For the stream keeps the same name but the water has already flowed past. – Heraclitus

A fresh take on a classic blend of Grenache Noir with a touch of Syrah. It expresses aromatic richness of place with fruit purity for freshness and drinkability. Released September 2019.

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