Refresh with these Spanish Pét-Nats

Pét-Nats are the way more fun and wilder version of French Champagne.

Petulante White Pét-Nat & Petulante Rosé Pét-Nat – Spain

Despite its recent surge in popularity, Pét-Nat is actually far from being the new hipster kid on the block. A Pét-Nat (short for the French pétillant naturel, which means “natural sparkling”) is a wine made according to the ancestral method.

Developed in the 16th century, this is the oldest way of making sparkling wine. But don’t let its trendiness scare you away. Pét-Nats come with a much smaller price tag than French Champagne, and they are way more fun — the natural, wilder version of champagne, kind of like the wine equivalent of cannonballing into a pool.

We just happen to have two Spanish Pét-Nats that are exclusive to our wine shop: Petulante white, made from 100% organic Verdejo, and Petulante rosé, made from 100% organic Garnacha.

Here are some of the glamor shots of these two Pét-Nats. Part of the reason they’re so photogenic is because they’re so delicious.

Petulante white Pét-Nat & Petulante rosé Pét-Nat – Spain
Friends & Family: $17.99/btl (reg $21.99)


(Order online if you’d rather not come into the shop. We’ll have your order ready within an hour, we’ll bring it out to you, and you’ll be on your way.)
(You must be 21 to purchase or pick up wine — please have your ID ready.)

By | 2021-07-26T23:42:58+00:00 July 22nd, 2021|

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Kevin generally manages all the people, places and things involving wine, beer, and spirits. His education is from the streets, alleys, kitchens, bars and everywhere people have been gracious enough to share. He likes pilsners, Rieslings and cats.