Pét-Nat wine is nothing new. It was produced before Champagne or prosecco and it is so delicious!
This wine has been around since the 16thcentury and was originally produced by monks in the South of France.
Pét-Nat wine is fun, fizzy and the latest trend in sparkling beverages.
I tend to only enjoy bubbly beverages when there is something to celebrate or on New Year’s Eve for a toast. Since I have discovered Pét-Nat wine and prosecco, I am considering these as a nice summer beverage. Living in South Florida, we are always looking for a refreshing libation to enjoy during the hottest months.
We recently had guests over for lunch and I found the small splits of prosecco and served these to the guests. The bottle was pretty and I just added a straw. Bubbles on the go!
If you are looking for a perfect lunch wine that accompanies so many food items and menus Pét-Nat would be a perfect choice.
Why not give it a try. I promise you will not regret it.
Check out the Pét-nat selections below that were provided by New York-based wine and travel journalist, Vicki Denig.
Domaine des Terres Blanches, Pétillant Naturel NV (Loire, France) 2015
Okro’s Wines Mtsvane Pét Nat (Kakheti, Georgia) 2016
Chepika Pét-Nat ‘Delaware’ (Finger Lakes, New York)
Domaine Balivet Bugey Cerdon (Savoie, France) 2016
Pheasant’s Tears Chinuri Pét-Nat (Kakheti, Georgia) 2017
Domaine la Grange Tiphaine Tournage Riant (Touraine, France)