Tasting note: dark rosé almost red colour, fine lively perlage, fresh ripe fruit of red berries. Refreshing acidity, lively, harmonic, inspiring.
Food pairing: spicy food, vegies and charcuterie, pasta and dishes with vegies, light meat (also grilled) fish.
Grapes: Kékfrankos 50% & Portugieser 50%
Vineyard: Verebes Rét, Nagytótfalu, BIO certified.
Appellation: PétNat Magyar száraz, rozé, gyöngyözőbor – Hungarian PétNat Half Sparkling Rosé
Soil: loess with high limestone and magnesium content
Age of vines: 22 years
Vineyard management: bio, NSW: Natural Synergetic Winegrowing - viticulture without the use of matter in vineyards and cellar - subtle plant protection - wine without any additives
Training system: Guyot
Production: 2400 bottles
Harvest date: 8th of September 2021
Vinification: directly pressed, spontaneously fermented, bottled unfined, unfiltered, without added sulphur.
Parameters: Alcohol content: 12,31% vol. Acidity: 5,7 g/l Residual sugar: 4,0 g/l pH: 3, 32 Total sulphur: 0 mg/l Pressure: 2,0 bar
Crafted by Horst Hummel, Villány, southern Hungary.