Petnat (or Pet-Nat - from the French Pétillant Naturel) is a wine made according to the ancient method of sparkling wine, which was used 500 years ago, and then was forgotten for some time. It is also sometimes called "rural champagne", although in fact it is not an invention of peasants, but of French monks. Biologist's Petnat Pinot Noir is a lively, bright, light and aromatic wine that goes well with a wide variety of dishes, and can also be drunk just like that. Fun guaranteed!
Production technology: According to the petnat method, wine is bottled in the middle of fermentation, and the bottles are usually corked with beer caps. Thus, fermentation of carbon dioxide in wine continues along with yeast fermentation. The resulting wine does not require the addition of sulfur, as it remains stable due to the carbon dioxide it contains.
Harvest year: 2020.
Grape varieties: 100% Pinot Noir.
The total amount of the harvest in 2020 is 750 bottles of 0.75 liters.