+1 to the Raisin Map in Brazil with the addition of bar Fabro Padaria, right along the coast of Barra da Tijuca in Rio de Janeiro!!! 🇧🇷
Stroll up to Fabro Padaria’s window where you’ll meet these friendly faces, and take home some of the finest artisanal products in the neighborhood: freshly baked bread, homemade jams, butter from the countryside, and of course natural wines. And head back to the bar to enjoy wine by the glass, good beer, and cocktails too from the barista. The shelves are always stocked with great things to eat and drink 🍞🍷
From the start, the goal was to promote the natural wine movement and the people who are part of it: winegrowers and makers, wine merchants, chefs and restaurateurs, sommeliers, enthusiasts, volunteers, artists, and lovers of natural wine! Always done without advertisement and independently, with complete transparency, just like the wines we love.
6 years and 200,000 downloads later, and this goal remains the same. The team has become international, the brand has grown, and the community has blossomed. The natural wine movement is underway and its progression is both strong and global.
But the adventure has only just begun and we plan to go above and beyond the work we’ve done in order to convince even more consumers of our mission. That’s why Raisin is evolving and opening its capital to all those who are driven by the same passion as we are.
We want to finance the employment of our volunteer team, recruit new teammates, and develop new features: requiring between 450,000€ and 650,000€ are required to do so.
In order to stay faithful to our values, we have chosen the responsible financing platform LITA.co, rather than going for traditional funding. The pre-collection phase has kicked off this week, and this is where we need you! I invite you to discover the project and support it through voting: https://link.lita.co/RAISIN
🤗 Here you have the option of stating an investment intention of 100€. This intention is non-binding and modifiable. By doing so, you will be considered a priority investor 😉
If you have any questions about responsible investment, don’t hesitate to contact Fanny or Salambô from LITA.co at 01.87.65.20.42.
🤝 We hope to count on you among our first investors!
Ready to travel and make your way to Rome? If so, Enoteca L’Antidoto is the latest Italian natural wine shop and bar on the Raisin map that you must try!
Their motto is one that we can all appreciate:
“We are an Enoteca of natural wine and lovers of the gastronomic world. Thanks to our small kitchen, we offer you a simple, quality, and seasonal menu. Good food, good wine, good people.” Everything on their menu this summer will be as fresh and lively as the wine they are serving, we know you’ll love it!
Tilda og Karl is a bar and café owned by Lisa & Francesco Cunsolo located in one of the liveliest neighborhoods of Copenhagen!
They serve everything from coffee and breakfast to natural wine, cocktails, and dinner. On the menu you will find snacks, traditional homemade pasta and seasonal dishes all made from organic products with a Nordic Italian approach. A cozy and family-friendly chill-out space during daytime transforms into a vibrant meeting point in the evening on Raisin’s map!
Six years ago, Simon opened up a little burger shop in a shared warehouse that hosted different pop-up restaurants. Short Order was actually started as a passion project/side hustle at the time, looking to see if there was a market for fresh, American style burgers. Simon always loved a good burger, which was definitely lacking back then in Western Australia!
The next part of the vision was to open a bar, and that’s where Jackson joined the team! Simon’s food background and Jackson’s beer and wine background came together, and this dream team was formed. For the past 6 months, Short Order’s newest venue on William street has become a hub for natural wine, good beer, and the best burgers. “It’s been a fun ride,” says Jackson, “and I’m looking forward to building on it, hopefully educating consumers as we go. I want others to realize how great the natural wine scene is here!”
The name “Short Order” actually comes from an old school kitchen role – a type of cook who focuses on preparing different types of fast food in a quick paced environment. It’s a bit of a head nod to classic fast food/diner style hospitality, something Simon is really passionate about. So at Short Order, expect simple ingredients from quality and local producers. It’s the best kind of comfort food, made better with real wine!