MR NATURAL PET NAT 2021

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 YARRH WINES - MR NATURAL PET NAT 2021

 

*image used is the Sauvignon Blanc, not the Pet Nat*

 

TASTING NOTES

"Pet Nat” is short for Pétillant Naturel an ancient French method of creating a sparkling wine by bottling the wine just before fermentation finishes so it continues in bottle, thus creating the bubbles. This does leave some sediment so it’s a good idea to stand it up in the fridge before serving.  An added bonus of this style is its preservative free.

Made from early picked Sangiovese and Shiraz it has delightful red berry aromas of strawberries and cherries. The light fizz gives lift and brightness to the palate and a refreshing finish.  Best drunk young and at the start of a meal so go with a charcuterie board that offers a variety of flavours and textures – creamy cheeses, salty cured meats, crusty bread, green olives, pistachios and strawberries to suggest a few. 

 

VINTAGE 2021

ORIGIN Murrumbateman, Canberra, Australia

MAKER Yarrh Wines

GRAPES Sangiovese, Shiraz

 

ABOUT

Ours is a journey of interconnection, a winding road, over the creek, up through the stringy bark forest and onto the freedom of an open clearing.

Small parcels of fruit grow here, with healthy soil, clear air, brilliant sunshine and a natural approach, rewarding us with exquisite fruit. With her hands and a meticulous manner Fiona creates Yarrh Wines - Running Water.

Established in 1997, Yarrh Wines is located 45 minutes from Canberra and 10 minutes from the rural village of Murrumbateman, in the heart of the Canberra District.  All wines are made from our own vineyard and bottled on site, in our beautiful rammed earth and straw bale winery, nestled into a hill and providing spectacular panoramic views of the vineyard and the Yass River Valley.

We make a range of red and white wines that are authentic expressions of our vineyard, their variety and their vintage.  Sustainable practices such as composting, mulching and limiting the use of artificial inputs creates wines of great character.

Critical acclaim (4.5 star winery, James Halliday, 2016) is important, but so is the joy we are able to bring to our everyday customers.