Not your average Pinot Grigio. Pet Nat is short for Petillant Naturel (naturally sparkling), Ramoro means skin contact and Pinot Grigio is a grape variety with a slight pinky-grey-ish tinge to it. The wine starts it’s fermentation in contact with the grape skins, which adds a pink colour, along with a chewy texture and fruit intensity. Halfway through the fermentation, the wine is bottled and the fermentation finishes in the bottle, carbon dioxide dissolves into the wine, making it fizzy. When there is no sugar left, the yeast dies and can be seen as a cloudy sediment at the bottom of the bottle. Give it a gentle roll before serving

Cantina Lunaria, Italy Pet Nat, Ramoro, Pinot Grigio



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