Dal Zotto for P&V Prosecco NV
Light, refreshing, easy, sherbetty and made exclusively for us by the formidable weapons at Dal Zotto in the King Valley. It's a vibrant expression, loaded with personality yet wickedly drinkable. Floral, crunchy, frisky, drink now, drink forever, just add sunshine, Campari, peach nectar, or whatever. What else could you want? Pop it!
Blind Unicorn Pet Nat Pink
Take everything you know and love about your favourite fizz, and add a splash of shiraz. The usual pub squash-like personality remains, but with slightly juicier, riper dimensions and a bit more red-fruit along for the ride. Some tangy tropical notes in here, too, guava and the like. Just that right amount of funk and fun. Summer does come by the bottle.
Freeman Rondinella Pet Nat 2020
Is it a bird? is it an Italian football club? No, its Rondinella Pet Nat!
Rondinella is a grape variety usually found in the Veneto area of Italy (like the soccer club San Frediano Rondinella) but this comes from the Freeman's original Altura Vineyard in the Hilltops region. The wine professor (and Freeman Vineyard vigneron) Brian Freeman and daughter/winemaker Xanthe, have created a naturally sparkling, fermented in bottle, bubbly pink delight with wildflower, pastry and uplifting spice notes to sink your teeth into. It's fizzy, it's fun, it's a pitch perfect pet nat. Enjoy party people, enjoy!
Cre Fizzy 2020
Fizzy! As the name says. From Yarra Valley. From the goodness of CRE Wines.
Kirsch and watermelon juice, frothy and frisky, brisk and bubbly, dry as a bone and pleasingly bitter through its finish. Great drinking in any language, it does the trick of vivacious fizz while dialing in a little complexity. Joyous stuff.
Fin Wines Fizzy Good Make Feel Nice 2020
Chardonnay and syrah pet nat to make you feel good. A little touch of melon and turkish delight flavours without being lolly water. Its a hit kids - get your fill of Fizzy Good Make Feel Nice while you can!
Frankly, Bob Made This Pet Nat 2020
Possibly malbec, cabernet, shiraz, chardonnay and gewurtz, maybe. Definitely, all biodynamically grown with no additions. And absolutely one of the most challenging vintages New South Wales has ever seen. The Coleman's new label sums up their thoughts of 2020. So grab a bottle and toast to 2021!!!