Isabelle's thoughts on Pétillant Weiss:
Christine Pieroth , like Andi Weigand, is part of Germany’s exciting new wave of winegrowers shaking up the uber-controlled, highly interventionist, German winemaking tradition, where heavy-handed sulfite use is the norm. This pet nat is made from the highly individual Scheurebe grape variety (a deeply aromatic Silvaner and Riesling cross), and yet it is surprisingly elegant, delicate and savory. It shows pretty floral notes of wisteria, celery seed and a moreish minerality, which will definitely have you reaching for another glass.
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