Pet-Nat Wines (aka Pétillant Naturel, Méthode Ancestrale Sparkling)
Pét-Nat wines are very odd-looking: the wine is cloudy and fizzy, usually comes in unusual colors, has sediments at the bottom of the bottle, and it’s closed with a beer cap. Should you give them a try?
The term Pet-Nat (short for the French term Pétillant Naturel) refers to wines produced in the méthode ancestrale, an ancient and natural way of making sparkling wines, predating the méthode champenoise used in Champagne.
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