If you’re new to natural wine, Massachusetts got the perfect spots to get you started on your journey of discovery. These four natural wine bars have an extensive selection of organic and biodynamic wines from around the world. Plus, they have everything from small plates and cheese boards to charcuterie and cheese fondue boards that pair perfectly with their lineup of organic and biodynamic wines that use minimal chemical intervention, if any at all.

1. Gray's Hall, Boston, United States -

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Gray Hall is a natural wine bar located at 615 East Broadway, South Boston. Matt Thayer and Andy Fadous – the team behind cheese and wine haven American Provisions – have created Gray's Hall as a neighbourhood gathering place

for the South Boston community. The gray hall's mission statement is to create an experience where the consumer can feel like they are part of someone's home yet class up their taste buds on handmade craft food and drink.

As displayed on their website, this natural wine bar believes social drinking brings people together and helps them get to know one another better, thus creating bonds. They want the gray hall to be a place where their customers can go for not only wine and beer but also coffee or tea. Gray Hall has an intimate surrounding that encourages conversation with others around you or just simply with oneself. They also serve the best organic wines, beers, ciders as well as champagne alternatives in Boston you would ever find.

Address:615 E Broadway, Boston, MA 02127, USA
Phone: +1 617-269-1001
Website: https://www.grayshall.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Grays-Hall-102062604652400
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grays_hall

2. Rebel Rebel, Somerville, United States -

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You’ve likely been told to steer clear of anything natural when it comes to wine—that those bottles come with a slew of extras, from fewer bubbles to earthy flavours. But as with any rule, there are exceptions. In fact, one of the favourite aspects of visiting Rebel Rebel is that they have a portfolio full of wines that fit just that description: natural wines that taste delicious and that don’t come with a host of added flavourings. Rebel Rebel is a no-rules natural wine bar in Somerville's Bow Market. This wine bar is a place for the community to engage, grow, and communicate. 

Address:1 Bow Mkt Wy, Somerville, MA 02143, USA
Phone: +1 617-721-7773
Website: https://www.rebelrebelsomerville.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rebel-Rebel-Somerville-1640229956067890
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebelrebelsomerville

3. Forage, Cambridge, United States -

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Forage in Cambridge is an incredibly popular bar. The bottles line up behind a long wooden bar, and you order your wine by number. If you're not familiar with natural wines, Forage has tons of info about what they are and how to choose them.

Just pick something that looks interesting and go from there! It's fun to peruse through their carefully curated collection of bottles; each one includes tasting notes and tips on food pairings, which makes it easy to plan out your evening (or afternoon!). 

To add some funk to your glass (and bottle), try pairing it with a cheese plate. The artichoke and egg spread provide a salty kick that helps bring out wine flavours like melon or lime, while stronger blue cheeses can stand up to fruitier notes like raspberry or berry. 

Wash down either pairing with another sip of your delicious beverage and you’ve got yourself one tasty lunch/dinner/afternoon snack. 

Address:5 Craigie Cir, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Phone: +1 617-576-5444
Website: https://foragecambridge.com/Info
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foragecambridge
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foragecambridge
Twitter: https://twitter.com/foragecambridge

4. Spoke Wine Bar, Somerville, United States -

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Spoke has quickly established itself as a top destination for natural wine. They are best known for their approachable selection of wines, all of which are available by glass or half bottle.  Since 2013 spoke wine bar has offered guests a diverse and curated menu of eclectic beverages and seasonally focused cuisine. 

While they offer several bottles of non-natural wines, these are outnumbered by their own proprietary natural wines. If you’re not sure what to order, don’t worry—Spoke will pair your wine with a cheese plate designed to enhance its flavour. 

The goal at this natural wine bar is to provide guests with thoughtful and delicious food alongside welcoming and dedicated hospitality

Address:89 Holland St, Somerville, MA 02144, USA
Phone: +1 617-718-9463
Website: http://www.spokewinebar.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpokeWineBar
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spokewinebar

 


Conclusion

When deciding where to grab a glass of wine, why not try something that won’t leave you reaching for your toothbrush an hour later? With their focus on organic grapes and healthy living, natural wine bars are dedicated to providing quality wines with no additives or preservatives. Some also highlight natural growing methods and sustainable sourcing practices. Go find out which one best suits your taste buds!