Main & Cherry Pet Nat Rosé 2021

AT FIRST SIP-Bursting pomegranate seeds, raspberry and redcurrant. Fine bubbles mesh together tart cranberry and a Rooibos like spice. The acidity will have you thirsty for many more sips. AFTER A FEW-Candy apples all year long. 

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AT FIRST SIP-Bursting pomegranate seeds, raspberry and redcurrant. Fine bubbles mesh together tart cranberry and a Rooibos like spice. The acidity will have you thirsty for many more sips. AFTER A FEW-Candy apples all year long. 

About This Wine

The 2021 Rosé Pet Nat is a red blend of Syrah, Pinot Meunier, Tempranillo and Viognier. Handpicked from two vineyards and basket pressed after 1-2 days on skins. Free run juice and pressings went into stainless steel for a long, slow, cold natural yeast fermentation. Zero additions whatsoever and bottled at 10g residual sugar to balance the grapes natural acidity. 

Based in the Adelaide Hills Main & Cherry has turned heads in recent years with winemaker Michael Sexton's small batch and distinctive wines. He favours Indian Runner ducks over pesticides, works gently by hand and prefers a shovel and small basket-press instead of high-tech machines. He also sources fruit from McLaren Vale, due to a love of the region he acquired during his years studying and making wines there. 

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Based in the Adelaide Hills Main & Cherry has turned heads in recent years with winemaker Michael Sexton's small batch and distinctive wines. He favours Indian Runner ducks over pesticides, works gently by hand and prefers a shovel and small basket-press instead of high-tech machines. He also sources fruit from McLaren Vale, due to a love of the region he acquired during his years studying and making wines there.

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