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Every month our friendly staff picks out three new discoveries for you to explore!
What’s on this month? Have a look below.
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A new year full with new dreams, hopes, ambitions and.. fine drinks!
At ’t Kanon we’re constantly on the look-out for new wine cellars, amazing brewers, distillers, roasters and other passionate people to collaborate with.
In that journey we often stumble upon new, rare or undiscovered gems.
Stuff for the diggers upon us, and things we like to share with you!

Kicking things off with three wines, all with a completely different palete.
Try them by the glass or enjoy a bottle with friends!


Judith Beck - Koreaa

We love Judith Beck and so should you! For a very affordable price this is great value for a skin-contact. More gluggable than most orange-wines, this easy drinking wine has notes of green tea, candied orange, butterscotch, herbs and clementine. Super easy mouthfeel. Great for parties! Koreaa is Judith Beck’s original field blend of many different grape varieties including Grüner Veltliner, Scheurebe, Weissburgunder, Neuburger, Welschriesling, Zweigelt and others. The biodynamically farmed fruit is handpicked together in late August, given 3-4 days of maceration, then pressed and naturally fermented in old barrels, with aging of about 6 months on the lees. It is far from the center of Gols, and is officially named Fürstliches Prädium, but locals have called it “Koreaa” since the 1950s. As Judith comments, “When we rented the vineyard in 2016 we decided to use this nickname for the wine from this site.” 12% alcohol. 800 cases were made in 2019.

Stefano Belotti - IVAG

IVAG is fresh and vibrant, with subtle fruit aromas and flavours - really delicious and energy-filled wine. 100% Cortese (from southerly-exposed red clay soils) fermented in large wooden vats, the vats with more structured wine becomes Gavi DOC (eventually the relentless bureaucracy took its toll on Stefano so he decided to leave the DOC and renamed his wine IVAG as opposed to GAVI). The lighter, more aromatic becomes Semplicemente Vino Bianco. Unfortunately Stefano passed away in 2018, his legacy continues via his wines!
Cascina Degli Ulivi in the words of Stefano Bellotti:

“We are a farm with 20 ha of vineyards, cereals, animals, B&B and a restaurant using exclusively biodynamic and organic products, mainly coming from our farm. We have been practising biodynamic agriculture for 30 years now and we consider the soil as a living organism belonging to the cycle of every living thing; we promote soils health and in turn the plants produce excellent fruit. The soil is nourished by green manure using pulses, cruciferous and graminaceous plants with up to 30 different species. Treatment sprays are limited to the use of sulphur and Bordeaux mixture in very limited quantity (about 2 Kg of copper per hectare, per year) and, of course, biodynamic preparations. We strive to make wines that are the true expression of the vintage, the terroir and the personality of the person behind them. The grapes are harvested by hand in baskets; pressing is soft and fermentation takes place naturally, without using any oenological additives (yeasts, enzymes, fining agents). Wines ferment in big wooden barrels. We do not carry out any fining; we just lightly filter when bottling. The total sulphur content is low because we don’t add any. The yield per hectare averages 6 tons”.

Mariana Palla - Suba Pet Nat

The word suba means 'climb' in Portugese. The reason why this young wine maker from the Minho region Mariana Pala chose this name is because the old vineyard constructions called 'ramadas' require climbing a ladder to access the grapes. A labor intensive job that is slowly becoming extinct. This juicy pet nat made from the local grape Azal, is citric and fruit forward. Perfect to take you from sunny afternoons all the way up to the dinner table. Pure unfiltered, juicy goodness.