Two new wines are enroute to Hunter’s Cellar Door under a brand new label, Hunter’s Offshoot.
Fifty cases of the first wine, Offshoot Sauvignon Blanc – a Pétillant Naturel (Pét Nat) Sauvignon Blanc – is already available to purchase from the online shop.
Pét-Nat Sauvignon Blanc is produced using Méthode ancestral, an artisanal and often variable method which requires great skill from winemakers. The resulting wines are known to reflect the environments in which they are grown, are naturally sparkling and cloudy with sediment remaining in the bottle. The Offshoot Sauvignon Blanc is the first of a range of experimental wines to be produced under the new label, with a Chardonnay also currently in production and expected to be released in Autumn.
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