2019 Savage Grace Cot Petillant Naturel Sparkling Wine

2019 Savage Grace Côt Pétillant Naturel Sparkling Wine

Dineen Vineyard,
Rattlesnake Hills,
Columbia Valley,
Washington

11% alcohol

Crown cap closure

Own-rooted grapes

Grape: Malbec

Pro tip: I suggest opening any bottle of Pét-nat in the sink, just in case you encounter a particularly volatile one. Having a wine glass close by that you can quickly pour into, in case it foams up and out of the bottle, is a great way to save wine that would otherwise go down the drain.

If you’re not yet familiar with Pét-nat wine, you might want to stop and first read my bubbles…explained series. Click here for the first of three articles on the topic.

Bouquet and palate:

Wild strawberries and sour cherries dominated this wine! I found it to be quite refreshing and slightly nutty with a full, almost foam-like mouthfeel for all the bubbles. If you’re looking for a wine with bubbles FOR DAYS, this is it!

SRP $28

www.savagegracewines.com

Don’t miss other articles about Pét-nat wine:

2018 Quady North Pét-nat

2019 Troon Vineyard Pét tanNat

Wine 101: Bubbles… explained, part one

Wine 101: Bubbles… explained, part two

Wine 101: Bubbles… explained, part three

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