3 wines; cheap and cheerful, something to take the edge off but not too contemplative.
2019 Failing at Life Partly Cloudy Pet-Nat
A new wine that came through the shop recently when Dav Conner paid us a visit. It's a Friulano Pét-Nat from the Mornington Peninsula. Left on skins for 2 days before being pressed then racked to bottle to finish fermentation. Thats pretty much it. No adds. All the good stuff.
Adult Lemonade territory here. So sharp and fresh. Green apple skin and lemon juice. Slightly musky and crisp on the palate. Very enjoyable.
2019 Ghost Rock Supernatural Pinot Noir
The Supernatural Pinot Noir captures all that's wild and untamed on Tasmania's Cradle Coast. Unadulterated texture, fragrance and style drive a wine that leaves nothing in tank. It's a fresh, new marker on how Tassie Pinot Noir can be brought to life in the vineyard and winery.
A lively palate of texture and spice. The wild ferment and oak selections have created a rich mid palate that is kept fresh and clean by natural acidity.
2020 Amo Vino Pelle
Pelle is a floral orange blend of Vermentino (60%), Greco (20%) and Zibibbo (20%) fermented on skins with natural yeasts, aged in neutral barrels for 6 months, bottled unfined and unfiltered.
Pale yellow orange colour with aromas of oranges, yellow apricots, golden delicious apple and a whiff of spice and florals. Juicy and textural its succulent citrus and stonefruit flavours.