French-Japanese music and fashion label Maison Kitsune keeps adding to its portfolio. First, it was a cafe with Cafe Kitsune. Now, it’s natural wine.
Like its partner branches overseas—New York, Paris, Beijing, and more—Bangkok’s Cafe Kitsune is now serving a rotating selection of natty wines. Red, white, pet-nat (pétillant naturel, a.k.a. naturally sparkling), and beyond.
Wines are served by the glass (B310-360) or bottle (B1,650-1,950), and the list changes bimonthly. For now, expect options like like Wabi Sabi “Love & Passion,” a red from Austria made with zweigelt and roesler grapes (B310 glass/B1,650 bottle), and 2018 Vincent Flieth Riesling, a dry and crisp, biodynamic Alsatian riesling (B330 glass/B1,750 bottle).
The natural wine menu is available only at the Emquartier branch. 
Cafe Kitsune, G/F, Emquartier, 02-003-6167. Open daily 5-8:30pm.  
All images courtesy of Cafe Kitsune