Mussels in Vinegar.
Mussels in Vinegar.
Mussels in Vinegar.
At Primal Wine we like to be transparent about everything we do. When it comes to buying products online, shipping is the most important aspect, and that’s why we take great care in shipping and handling your order using only 100% recycled packaging material. We don't ship to: MS, AL, WI, KY, NH, UT, SD, MI, AR.
If a package gets returned to us after three failed delivery attempts, we can only re-ship the wine upon payment of a re-shipping fee, which will be determined based on quantity and shipping address. Shipping wine is extremely expensive, we are sorry about this, but we have no other choice. Please make sure there's always someone at the address you enter as your shipping address.
If you'd like to cancel an order after it's been shipped, we can do so upon payment of a small cancelling fee – the amount depends on how big the order is. Carriers charge us a lot of money to recall a package en-route.
UPS and other carriers we might occasionally use can only deliver wine to customers who are 21 years or older.
UPS and FedEx declared that in order to protect their workers and customers, they no longer require a signature on delivery. This does not mean they will drop a wine box at your door. UPS delivery workers will make sure the person receiving the wine is 21 years or older, and will ask for his/her name - only then do they deliver the package.
An important premise: wine bottles are heavy – about 3 pounds each – and shipping is expensive! Primal Wine is not backed by venture capital money – we proudly are a mom and pop independent online store – and we must charge shipping on most orders, otherwise we wouldn’t be in business. However, we try our best to offer you very competitive shipping rates and frequent free shipping discount. Please subscribe to our newsletter to stay in the loop!
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org between 9 am and 5 pm Pacific Standard Time, Monday through Sunday, we would like to understand and try to solve your concerns. Returning wine is not allowed by law, and so we might make arrangements for a refund if appropriate
Natural winemaking has become a movement akin to a revolution, a nemesis to the industrialization and homogenization of wine in the past three decades. Natural wine producers are at the forefront of this movement, rejecting industrial winemaking techniques and the excessive use of pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or fertilizers in the vineyard. Perhaps even more importantly, natural wine should be seen as an agricultural product where farming is and essential part. Farming conditions, labor rights, sustainability, and ethical practises across the supply chain are now at the center of the discourse on natural wine.
Natural wine is probably the most fascinating wine on the market. Discovering natural wines is made even more exciting by the fact that each vintage is different and has a different flavor. The non-interventionist, hands-off winemaking approach, along with organic and biodynamic best practices in the vineyards, gives wines of unique character. Make sure you read the cards below and if you'd like to go more in-depth, click on the "Read More" links. We hope you enjoy learning about natural wine!
Natural wine is a type of wine made in small batches from hand-harvested organic or biodynamic grapes with minimal intervention in the cellar. No industrial yeast is added to trigger fermentation or add a particular flavor to a natural wine; the fermentation process is not controlled with temperature-control devices. Read More...
Biodynamic wine is wine made with grapes farmed biodynamically. Biodynamic farming is a holistic approach to farming, which conceives the farm as a living organism and is based on anthroposophy, a philosophy founded in the early 1920s by the Austrian philosopher and scientist Dr. Rudolf Steiner. Read More...
Organic wine is wine made with grapes farmed organically - in the United States, no added sulfites are allowed. Organic farming is a type of farming alternative to conventional farming and similar to biodynamic farming, which focuses on sustainability. Organic farmers don’t use fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, etc. Read More...
Vegan wine is wine made without using animal products during the fining phase of the clarification process. Before wine is bottled it is usually clarified and filtered in order to separate and remove solid matter from liquid matter. This can be achieved using fining agents derived from animals, such as egg whites and casein. Read More...
Low-sulfites wine is a type of wine with a lower sulfur dioxide content than conventionally made wines, where little or no sulfur dioxide is added to the wine. This does not mean that the wine is without sulfites. During fermentation a small quantity of sulfur dioxide is released into the wine as a form of natural preservative. Read More...
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