Fires. Drought. Climate change. Vineyards were not exempt from the environmental hardships of 2020. See how we took on the challenges of this year to produce an incredible line up of wines.
We always challenge ourselves to create the unexpected. While you may have not seen red bubbles before (don't worry, you're not alone), this was a logical next step for pétproject.
Fermentation fanatics- get ready to level up. Natural wines using indigenous, naturally occurring yeasts is the new sourdough.
We would never leave a glass of wine alone without it's best friend- food. Good thing petproject's winemaker, Jay Anderson is also an accomplished chef.
Made from a byproduct of winemaking that typically goes in the compost pile, piquettes are a simple and delicious wine-like beverage that give grapes a second life.
Decisions in the vineyard have an immeasurable impact on our final product. pétproject sources exclusively from vineyards committed to dry farming and organic practices.
We asked winemaker Jay Anderson if we should be scared if our wine looks cloudy. His answer: Are you scared if your orange juice looks cloudy? To be honest I am scared if my orange juice looks clear.
Experimentation is what we do best. We are so excited to announce our first pétillant-naturel, a sparkling Roussanne produced using the ancestral method.
If you've been following us since the beginning, you may have noticed our Pinot Gris has yet to look the same as the year prior. Always bright and delicious, Pinot Gris is one of the most versatile grapes we work with.