Three New Natural Wines;

Delinquente Wine Company “Tuff Nutt” Pétillant Naturel 2018
*A PétNat made in Australia, from a southern Italian grape varietal. Notes of yellow citrus, stone fruits, white pepper, tart apples, crisp carbonation and a tangy acidity leading to a slight breadiness and stony mineral aftertaste. This is a great example of a well made, unfiltered, unfined PétNat*

James Rahn Wine Company Weber Vineyard Pinot Gris 2018
*An Oregon Pinot Gris where the grapes are fermented with the skins for 24 days with native yeast. Pouring more akin to a rosé in color, there are notes of ripe watermelon, strawberries, red apple skin and tart cherry juice, with a medium-light body and a leathery tannic sensation to dry out the finish, while enough acidity keeps the fruit flavors tasting fresh and vibrant. A delicious, fun wine to consume on a warm Summer day*

Brash Higgins ‘ZBO’ Zibibbo Amphora 2017
*An orange wine from an Australian winery made from Zibibbo, an aromatic muscat varietal mainly found in southern Italy, fermented with the skins inside an amphora for 150 days. Fragrant and expressive on the nose with hints of candied lime, lemon, lavender, yellow starburst candy, Mediterranean apricots, and wet clay. Medium-bodied and roundly textured with a medley of orange and ginger followed by turmeric, dried tea leaves, white pepper, and cinnamon, all wrapped together by a slight tannic bite from the skins*