2021 Field Recordings Dry Hop Pet Nat

Responsibly Farmed
Hidden Gem
Geeky

Dry Hop Pét Nat was Andrew’s first foray into the Pét Nat revolution. This is 100% Chardonnay that is pressed and racked directly onto Mosaic hops in a large stainless steel tank. The creation of this wine requires perfect timing and great attention to detail. We think he nailed it – Pet Nat meets Sour Beer – citrus for days.

Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, no added sulfur, & only 600 cases produced.

Sparkling
  • Tasting Notes gooseberry, pear, lemon blossom, grapefruit, guava, almond skin
  • Variety Chardonnay
  • Region United States, California, Paso Robles
  • Volume 750ml
  • Alcohol Volume 11.3%
  • Table Talk Pet Nat is short for the French word, "pétillant naturel,” meaning naturally sparkling.

$24.00

20 in stock

Field Recordings is winemaker Andrew Jones’ personal catalog of the people and places he values most.

Winemaker Andrew Jones has a keen eye for diamonds in the rough: sites that are unknown or under-appreciated but hold enormous untapped potential. He strives for unique wines loaded with personality and a one-of-a-kind experience.
Field Recordings is winemaker Andrew Jones’ personal catalog of the people and places he values most. Our wines are all about the flavor — with none of the pretension.

Spending his days as a vine nursery fieldman planning and planting vineyards for farmers all over California, Andrew is sometimes offered small lots of their best fruit on the side. Having stood in just about every vineyard on the Central Coast, he’s all about finding those underdogs with untapped potential. As friendships are made and opportunities are embraced, Andrew produces small quantities of soulful wine from these unusual, quiet vineyards.

We offer single-vineyard wines with a sense of place and personality, as well as delightful blends under our Wonderwall and Fiction projects. These bottles are good enough to save for a special occasion … but we’re a laidback crew, so don’t feel bad about putting one back on a Tuesday night.