Skinny Vines

Also known as Sarmiento or Sarment in Spanish or French cuisine, skinny vines are a cultural classic. The long skinny vinewood clippings are taken each year, bundled and then dried. They make a really elegant and beautiful coal when burned down. Think classic Paella, milk-fed lamb and the classic Calcots festivals in Spain in early spring. It’s a fuel with heritage and culture in abundance. Ours are biodynamic and produced by hand in the Spain and the Loire Valley.