2020 Wild Abandon Pét Nat Rosé of Pinot Noir

Pétillant Naturel wines, pét nat for short, are fizzy wines created by completing primary fermentation in the bottle, trapping the CO2 given off by yeast as they convert sugar into alcohol. Due to fermentation occurring in the bottle, pét nat wines are low intervention wines that can be lightly cloudy or contain tartrates. The wines are unfined and unfiltered, though these were disgorged. It is recommended the bottles are stored and chilled in the upright position and that you crack the crown cap to off gas any excess CO2 before opening the bottle completely. Due to the wild nature of our product, sediment may accumulate in the bottom of the bottle.

The Wild Abandon Pét Nat of Pinot Noir Rosé is a lightly fizzy, lower alcohol wine with hints of raspberries, pink grapefruit, and charred citrus rind. The wine spent ten months on the lees, evolving the ripe fruit flavors into the savory brioche overtones more common in champagne.

Due to the highly limited production, member discounts do not apply.

Vintage: 2020 | Variety: Pet Nat of Rosé of Pinot Noir | Appellation: Napa Valley | Alcohol %: 12