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What is a Pét Nat? 
○°Pét Nat stands for 'Pétillant Naturel', which means naturally sparkling in French
○°Pét Nats are lightly sparkling wines that have had a revival over recent years but have been around for centuries (even longer than champagne, in fact)
○°These wines are very 'low intervention', with nothing added during the process, and nothing taken (filtered) out
○°Pét Nats finish their fermentation in the bottle and are sealed with a crown 👑 cap - trapping CO2 and creating bubbles 🫧 🍾 
○° Pét Nat ferments only once - unlike Champagne or prosecco 
○°Another type of sparkling wine is a Col Fondo (one of the wines pictured here) and is the oldest form of prosecco! However, It undergoes a second fermentation in the bottle, rather than in a vat, is not 'disgorged' - nothing is filtered out, and no sweetness is added, making it a bit cloudier and more sour than the average prosecco
○°Flavours are varied as no specific grape variety is required - it's a making technique rather than a style... but Pét Nats are generally refreshing, fresh, gently fizzy, and fruity (think citrus, apple, pear)
○°Pét Nats are typically enjoyed young and bursting with freshness. This means they are great paired with salads, light grazing boards of cheese and cured meats, or seafood 🍤🧀🥬
○°The wines pictured are nestling in our fizz fridge as we speak: 1) is a Bulgarian Riesling Pét Nat: medium bodied and fresh with notes of apple, pear 🍐 and quince and 2) is an English Rosé Col Fondo ... again, bright and fresh, with baked apple, rhubarb and redcurrant notes, and a delicate creamy lemon undertone
We're open 12-9 today, and our lovely resident wine expert Jonny is back in the house 🥂  so come say hi 👋
#worthingbottleshop #Worthing #worthingdrinks #naturalwine #craftdrinks #Sussex #worthingmicromicro
What is a Pét Nat? ○°Pét Nat stands for 'Pétillant Naturel', which means naturally sparkling in French ○°Pét Nats are lightly sparkling wines that have had a revival over recent years but have been around for centuries (even longer than champagne, in fact) ○°These wines are very 'low intervention', with nothing added during the process, and nothing taken (filtered) out ○°Pét Nats finish their fermentation in the bottle and are sealed with a crown 👑 cap - trapping CO2 and creating bubbles 🫧 🍾 ○° Pét Nat ferments only once - unlike Champagne or prosecco ○°Another type of sparkling wine is a Col Fondo (one of the wines pictured here) and is the oldest form of prosecco! However, It undergoes a second fermentation in the bottle, rather than in a vat, is not 'disgorged' - nothing is filtered out, and no sweetness is added, making it a bit cloudier and more sour than the average prosecco ○°Flavours are varied as no specific grape variety is required - it's a making technique rather than a style... but Pét Nats are generally refreshing, fresh, gently fizzy, and fruity (think citrus, apple, pear) ○°Pét Nats are typically enjoyed young and bursting with freshness. This means they are great paired with salads, light grazing boards of cheese and cured meats, or seafood 🍤🧀🥬 ○°The wines pictured are nestling in our fizz fridge as we speak: 1) is a Bulgarian Riesling Pét Nat: medium bodied and fresh with notes of apple, pear 🍐 and quince and 2) is an English Rosé Col Fondo ... again, bright and fresh, with baked apple, rhubarb and redcurrant notes, and a delicate creamy lemon undertone We're open 12-9 today, and our lovely resident wine expert Jonny is back in the house 🥂 so come say hi 👋 #worthingbottleshop #Worthing #worthingdrinks #naturalwine #craftdrinks #Sussex #worthingmicromicro
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