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  1. Braida Brachetto D'acqui 2016 375m

    Importer's Notes: A dessert wine and among the most elegant and pleasant, it is best consumed when young when it truly expresses the fragrance of the grape. These include tantalising notes of Bulgarian rose and mature fruits with a fresh, lively and musky taste. Braida's Brachetto d'Acqui is probably the only wine in the world, which above all, marries well with chocolate.Fermentation of Brachetto takes place in stainless steel tanks under a controlled temperature environment. Maceration on the skins lasts 36-48 hours producing a must of only 3% alcohol. A second fermentation takes place in sealed tanks for several days followed by clarification and stabilizing. Finally the wine sees a short period of ageing in the bottle prior to release. Colour: Soft, light ruby red hue with a persistent, spritely foam Nose: Highly aromatic bouquet of Bulgarian roses and delicate red fruits Palate: Sweet and playful, this wine displays its aromas clearly on the palate and leaves a musky, fresh and clean finish. Alc/Vol: 5.50%

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  2. Bo Rivage Brut De Rose Nv

    Excellently fine on the palate with truly fine bead and fantastic length. This punches way above it's price.

    $18.99 per bottle

    $216.49 per case of 12 bottles ($18.04 per bottle )

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  3. Jilly Black Mountain Sparkling Pinot Noir Nv

    A spectrum of aromatics beginning with strawberry, spices, apple skins and just a zesty tang of orange peel. The palate is leesy, just under-ripe strawberry with citrussy zip giving a fresh kick of acid and finishing long but fresh and clean. At 11% alc/vol it's a great Sunday arvo fun-wine.

    $34.99 per bottle

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  4. Yangarra Pet Nat 2017

    90 points Nick Stock: "Straight up confession; I am wary of wine that is heavily framed around process as it can often see actual wine quality shuffled back in the pecking order. Not so here. This is a tiny make of carignan (46%), roussanne (42%) and graciano (12%) all fermented in amphorae that contain some Yangarra clay. Pale red with a gently creamy foam, it smells of dried cranberries and goji berries, clear yeasty notes and some dried yellow rose and stone fruit perfume. It foams and fizzes smoothly on the palate, delivering a burst of raspberry and very gently sweet nectarine flavor, yeasty savory notes kick in and the finish has a neat phenolic stamp. Chill and drink fast and don't mind the red crystalline sediment, it's a natural by-product of the last phase of fermentation of grape sugars in the bottle, which is what gives the wine its light fizz". (James Suckling.com - Nick's tasting report, Feb 2016). Winery Notes: “Pét’Nat” is short for petillant naturel (French). Petillant denotes lightly bubbly, and naturel refers to the fermentation by native yeasts from the sugars of the grape. We have honoured the natural process by not making any additions. These natural methods mean each bottle may vary a little, and there will be harmless yeast and crystal sediment in the wine. Serve chilled to minimise foaming. Hand picked, destemmed, berry sorted before being lightly basket pressed. At approximately 0.7 Baume (or 12g/L Sugar) we used a coarse filtration before allowing the remainder of fermentation to occur in bottle. Bottled by hand, no additives, no fining, and all natural yeast. Disgorged to remove heavy tartrate crystals.

    $31.99 per bottle

    $364.69 per case of 12 bottles ($30.39 per bottle )

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