Today’s news has us looking forward to the arrival of Clear Lungs, a new wine that is 100% clean.
The company behind Clear Lung is named for the Clear Water that flows from the top of Clear Creek in the mountains of Virginia, and the wine’s packaging is made of a mix of fresh-cut red and white roses.
The wine has been in the works for over a year, and Clear Lung’s founders, Ben and Sara Fink, were first introduced to wine by a friend of their who said she’d had a bottle of Clear Water for a few days and was surprised to see how fresh it tasted.
“We thought it was really good,” said Fink.
“It was like a wine that had been sitting in the fridge for a while.”
Fink and Fink had previously founded a wine label company, Baked Glass, and they wanted to make a new kind of wine.
But they needed a way to sell it, and that’s when they decided to combine the natural flavors of roses with fresh herbs.
“There was something about that smell of the flowers, and when you smelled them, you were immediately transported to the mountains,” Fink said.
“If we could make something that smelled like fresh herbs, we would have no choice but to go back and make something else.”
So the idea for Clear Lung was born.
“What we found was that people really like the taste of fresh herbs in wine,” Finkle said.
The two founders started with fresh-pressed roses, then they added other herbs that were just too fresh to use in wine.
“Our original thought was that maybe we should do a blend of herbs, but we didn’t really think of it that way,” Finks said.
After the first few years of making Clear Lung, they started to realize they needed to do something more ambitious.
“The fact that we can blend different kinds of herbs in one wine was really exciting for us,” Finker said.
They eventually found a recipe that worked well with their herbs, and now they have a fully-grown wine in bottles.
Clear Lung will be available in the United States and Canada starting next week, and Finkle hopes to have a global distribution by the end of the year.
Clear Breath Fresh Fresh Air, an American organic producer, has been working with Clear Lung to refine the brand.
“In our experience with Clear Breath, we found that they really are able to blend herbs that have a lot of different effects on the wine,” said Robyn Hough, director of product development at Fresh Air.
“As an organic producer and the one that has been around for so long, we are really looking forward for this wine.
They really understand how to make this wine, and we really look forward to it.”
The Fink brothers have spent the last year working on the formulation of the wine, with the goal of making it as natural and natural as possible.
“With Clear Lung we were able to combine elements of fresh roses, herbs, grapefruit and lemon,” Fiddle said.
In addition to the wine being 100% natural, Clear Lung has been certified organic by the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
Clear breaths can be found at most grocery stores in the US and in a few specialty stores, and can be purchased online.
“Clear Breath is a great example of how an organic wine can be made from fresh herbs,” Hough said.
We’ve also seen other companies in the wine industry try to blend more herbs.
In 2014, an online marketplace launched that allowed buyers to order wine blends that contained fresh basil, lemon, parsley and oregano.
The blend was certified organic, and was available for purchase on the site.
And in 2015, an organic company named Organic Wine Company launched a wine called Clear Breath in collaboration with wine producer Hagerstown.
Hager’s wine is made from organic grapes, which are grown in a certified organic farm that has also been certified.
“These wines were so good that it was like, wow, this is the kind of winery that I would want to work with,” Hager said.
Now Clear Lung offers wines that are also certified organic and are sold online.
The Finks are also working to introduce Clear Breath to other markets.
For instance, the company recently partnered with the California-based wine distributor Wild Rose Wine Company in New York City, and has also partnered with a retailer in Atlanta, Georgia.
Hough says Clear Lung could eventually expand to other regions.
“For us, this idea of an organic, natural, green, non-GMO wine that’s also certified by the FDA is really exciting,” she said.
Clear Lung joins a growing list of wine makers making organic wines.
Wine-maker Anheuser-Busch InBev and winery Sommelier’s Table are among the companies that have launched organic wines in the past few years.
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