Bottle House | Seattle
Glinda Wine | Seattle
Plants & Animals | Washington
Rae Vino | Seattle
Rapport | Seattle
The Thief Wine & Beer | Walla Walla
Union Coffee and Wine | Seattle
Corner Shop | Los Angeles
Ester's | Santa Monica
Everson Royce | Los Angeles
Fancy Free Liquor | Burbank
Highland Park Wine | Highland Park
Lincoln Fine Wines | Venice
Little Bear | Sky Forest
Mission Wines | South Pasadena
Oeno Vino | Los Angeles
Other Avenues | Seattle
Palm City | San Francisco
Sara's Market | Los Angeles
Tilda Wine | Los Angeles
Vendome Wine & Spirits | Toluca Lake
Champagne, Step Aside
"Pét-nat has a reputation for being unpredictable and at times a little funky but ... it’s part of what makes them exciting...You can, and absolutely should, check out Anderson’s ﬁzzy selection in Seattle at Foundry’s Pioneer Square tasting room."
Pét Nat: Bring the Bubbles
"Aromas of zesty lemon, honeysuckle, & dried apricot invite sippers to dive in nose first to the soft bubbles, mild acid, and kumquat-meets-limestone flavors."
Fizzy and Fun: Six American Pét-Nats
"This is a rare-for-the-state organic sparkling wine of an increasingly seldom seen variety. It was fermented with native yeast, and the aromas bring plenty of appeal, with notes of lemon, cut apple, apple skin and brioche. Bone-dry, quite austere citrus flavors follow. Acidity hounds, this one is for you. "
4 Sparkling Washington Wines for the Holidays
"field blends come from grapes picked in the same place, at the same time, and fermented together—a rarity in Washington. This field blend has pear and strawberry on the Nose and apple flavors with mouthwatering tartness on the palate."
Pop, Fizz, Clink: 8 Top-Rated Pét-Nat Sparklers
"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."
What goes with the holidays this strange year? Try these celebratory wine selections for your special meals.
" 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."