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Noita Winery

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Epic Urban winery from Finland using only 100% hand harvested organic grapes from Austria.
Low intervention, all natural, all delicious wines.

Noita Winery harvests hand-picked organic grapes from within the EU and transports them directly from the vine to our winery in Fiskars Village, Finland.

Once the grapes arrive, we give them as much respect as our organic growers do. With as low an intervention as possible, we sort, crush, macerate and press the grapes and allow them to spontaneously ferment with their own native yeasts…We will not fine nor filter.

We use zero, or as little sulphur as possible and a full list of ingredients, process and grape origin is communicated on the bottle. Once we’ve finished with the lees and skins, we pass them to our friends at Fiskars Brewery to make some really special beers… and once they’re finished with them, we distill them for our “Grape Pomace Moonshine”. That means grapes arriving in the village will be used three times!

Our 2018 and 2019 vintages feature Riesling, Blaufränkisch, Zwiegelt, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc grapes, all sourced from organic vineyards in Burgenland, Austria. We’re Finland’s first urban winery, based in the not-so-urban Fiskars Village. Fiskars is a small, creative community of only 600 permanent residents, one hour west of Helsinki.

What’s an Urban Winery?

Urban wineries are predominantly non-vinyard owning wine producers. The concept has gained popularity across the globe in recent years, with new urban wineries opening in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Gothenburg…and now in Fiskars! Urban winemaking moves the production of wine into cooler climates and urban locations, whilst fostering prosperous relationships with grape growers. It also gives the winemakers enormous flexibility, allowing them to harvest grapes from multiple growers across France, Austria, Spain, Italy, Germany and many more wine-producing territories across Europe.

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