Pétillant Naturel (pet nat) translates to naturally sparkling. To achieve carbonation, we bottle the wine while it is still fermenting and close the bottle with a crown seal. The yeast continues to ferment the sugars, producing carbon dioxide that becomes trapped in solution.
Sauvignon Blanc has been used because it is a variety that is full of character, especially when grown in Marlborough. The wine showcases lasting grapefruit and citrus characters that dominate the nose. The palate is fresh and juicy with stonefruit and green apple notes that linger on the back palate. Well balanced fruit sweetness with the natural acidity is refreshing and can be enjoyed at any occasion.