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dec 2020

4 Sparkling Washington Wines for the Holidays

Seattle Met

"field blends come from grapes picked in the same place, at the same time, and fermented together—a rarity in Washington."

jan 2020

2019-2020: Tasting Room Magazine’s “The Year in Wine”

Washington Tasting Room Magazine

"Pét-Nat are sparkling wines in vogue among a small yet experimental faction of winemakers. With Washington winemakers loving to experiment, expect more of these sparklers to make their way to the shelves."

dec 2020

Pop, Fizz, Clink: 8 Top-Rated Pét-Nat Sparklers

Wine Enthusiast

"90 points- This is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Pear and strawberry aromas lead to a palate full of apple flavors and crisp acidity that ups the interest."

sep 2019

The Old-School Sparkling Wine Pet-Nat Is Back

Seattle Met

"Pet-nats, often released young, within months of harvest, tend toward vibrance and play. Maybe the bottle gets a little funky. Maybe the maker releases it cloudy. Maybe, like Pét Project’s grüner veltliner, it has delightful, if enamel-stripping, acidity."

nov 2020

What goes with the holidays this strange year? Try these celebratory wine selections for your special meals.

Seattle Times

" It requires a bit of witchcraft to dial in sparkling wine using the ancestral method. Jay Anderson does it in Walla Walla with a sense of tropicality and without leaving a mess. Enjoy with popcorn topped by a dash or two of truffle salt."

jul 2019

Sparkling Wine in the Valley

Union Bulletin

 

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