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La Caisse à Vin

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Tired of his life as a Parisian roofer/zink worker, Mathieu Duveau left everything behind in 2018 in order to open up a nomadic wine shop with his wife Stéphie and play troublemakers at the farmers’ markets in the Gers department. Ever since then, the duo has been preaching the gospel of living wine from behind the wheel of their wine truck: a local white pet’ nat’ from Sébastien Fezas (€18 a bottle), Pelbery, an Hérault red from the Domaine Obrière (€17), Gabatch, a Roussillon Mourvèdre from the micro-winery La Tri Fontoj (€15)… People line up religiously to grab a bottle from these missionaries of fermented grape juice, which never deviate from their credo: all natural and all under €30! // Nicolas Leanjem  

The bullet-proof bottle: Anything that Mathieu’s got from Dominique Andiran, a pioneer of natural wine in the Gers department. 

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