The old tradition of pétillants naturels is currently experiencing a renaissance.
The Moussamoussettes is back! This year's version is a mix of Cabernet Franc, Grolleau, Pineau d'Aunis. The 2020 is completely dry with tasty and lively strawberry and raspberry fruit but also bitter notes. Fresh, lively and finely pearled, Moussamoussettes promises the greatest drinking flow - and it keeps it. Summer bubbles!
This rosé is the best proof that drinking pleasure and high standards are by no means mutually exclusive.
Hardly anyone knows how to bring this into the bottle as elegantly as René and Agnès Mosse!
Sparkling wines in particular are often influenced by technology in the cellar. The exact opposite characterizes this Pet Nat.
Unlike champagne, for example, pet nats do not require a second fermentation. During fermentation, the must is filled into the bottle with a residual sugar content, in which the carbonic acid develops under the typical crown cap.
A taste guarantee is not possible with this "Méthode ancestrale". Each year is individual and a little adventure to plunge into.
Here you can find more information about Agnès and René Mosse.