a sense of Place is your new local wine shop, bringing you natural wines that express where they are from, who made them, in what soil the vines grew and what the weather was like: a sense of place.

We selected some bottles for you that match perfectly with the current season. Wines that help you get that cosy autumn feeling. Perfect for your stew or other autumnal dishes or to be enjoyed in front of your (fictional) fireplace.

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Here you can find our most recently added natural wines, ciders and modern classics.

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Some of the greatest wines in the world need some time to come to full fruition. Other, simpler, wines can also benefit from some aging too. Welcome to our cellar, where we offer exactly those wines. Some with some age on them, others that can still benefit from some time.

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We all love pizza, don't we? To make that experience unforgettable, don't forget to pair it with a hearty but juicy red wine to complete your pizza dinner.

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The Jura, with its smooth and sexy whites and light and energetic reds. Oh, who doesn't love the Jura? We have collected a big bunch, especially for you.

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ASOP Wine Classes

Join our tastings in Amsterdam! The wine class nights are centered around one topic (region, grape variety or style) of which we will give you the basic info, interesting facts and we will taste the most amazing (rare) wines. Cheeses and fun included.

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We love ciders and have been growing our cider section steadily since we opened. We love cider for its freshness, drinkability, low alcohol ánd the idea of sustainability: Trees sequester carbon, apples grow on trees. Drinking more cider means that more trees will be planted, or at least be saved, as many of our cider makers are actively working on.

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We know, it surely isn't the most beloved wine region of all. But we just can't hide our enthousiasm. To us, Beaujolais is all you want in a red: Fresh acidity, a good structure, below average alcohol levels and most of all: unparalleled juiciness. Find all your bojo classics at ASOP wines. 

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Exciting times for Germany, as one of the last European countries to follow, as the next generation of winemakers is stepping up and creating purer, more sustainable and modern wines in classic areas such as the Mosel, Pfalz, Rheinhessen and Baden.

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Whether it's from the majestic Etna or from Tenerife's Mount Teide, for us these wines are the most obvious expression of terroir, or a sense of place.

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How can something that has been made for thousands of years be a hype? Orange wine is here to stay.

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Introducing: Philip Lardot

A dear friend, a talented winemaker, an ancient wine region and tons of minerality, all in one. Discover the range of wines that Finnish-Dutch winemaker Philip Lardot creates in the Mosel from old vines and steep parcels.

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Find our selections of zero zero wines, no sulfur, no filtration, nothing. Wine in its purest form.

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Biodynamic wines come from organic farming methods while also employing soil supplements prepared according to Rudolf Steiner's formulas, following a planting calendar that depends upon astrological configurations. Pretty wacky according to some, deep connections to the cosmos according to others.

We love the Loire wines for their drinkability, depth, freshness and fun. Discover them all here.

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