Zumo Wine, which gets its name from the Spanish word for “juice,” is the wine project of Diego Luis Perez, formerly of cult Providence restaurant Flan y Ajo. Diego sources fruit primarily from the Sierra Foothills and Contra Costa County to make small-batch wines with no added yeast, malolactic bacteria, clarifiers, stabilizers, acid, sulfites, velcorin, or other additives. The wines are fermented naturally in open-top fermenters and finished in either neutral oak or tank. Bottled while still naturally alive, the wines are fresh and tingly, perfect for sharing with friends and family.
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