Pétillant Naturel "Kalkspitz" Pét-Nat, Hoch
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Pétillant Naturel "Kalkspitz" Pét-Nat, Hoch - NV

Item # 41400 750mL

The Kalkspitz Pétillant Naturel is made mostly of Grüner Veltliner, blended with Zweigelt pressed white, Sauvignon Blanc fermented on the skins, Blauer Portugieser and Muskat Ottonel. It's dry and savory with a refreshing acidity and creaminess on the palate.

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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

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Christoph Hoch hails from Hollenburg, Austria on the south side of the Danube River and is the 12th generation winemaker in his family. Inspired by the “active” chalk that is found within his vineyards that is comparable to that of the soils found in the Cote de Blancs, Hoch took it upon himself to make sparkling wines and spent time in Champagne to learn everything he could. The Kalkspitz (Chalk Acidity) is made from 35% Gruner Veltliner, 35% Zweigelt pressed white with the remainder compromised of Sauvignon Blanc, Blauer Portugeiser and Muskat Ottonel, all fermented in old barrel. Aromas of golden apple, Asian pear, white pepper and grapefruit, this pet nat is a touch off-dry while displaying balanced acidity and streaking minerality with bright flavors of lemon zest and quince.



Grüner Veltliner

Referred to by many Americans as "Gru-Ve," this white variety is nearly synonymous with Austrian wine. It's becoming wildly popular at the moment, especially compared to its obscure origins: it's known as the ultimate food wine for its great minerality and appealing freshness. The wines are consistent and eminently drinkable at the low end, and, on the premium side of things, full-bodied, long-lived, world-class whites.

Blue Portuguese

A black grape variety that is widely grown in Austria and Germany, and has nothing at all to do with Portugal. In fact, Portugal might be the only place that doesn't grow it: besides Austria and Germany, France, Romania, Hungary, Slovenia, and Croatia have all cultivated the grape at one time or another. Also known as Portugieser, Blauer Portugieser, Portugais Bleu, Modra Porotugalka, Oportó, and Kékoportó.


Austrian wine is finally getting the attention it deserves. Ever since the late 1980s, Austrian winemaking has taken a much more rigorous approach to quality control, and returned to its roots in organic viticulture.Deservedly famous for its white wines (Grüner Veltliners especially), Austria makes a number of delicious red wines as well.The most widely grown red grape in Austria is Zweigelt (a.k.a. Blauer Zweigelt), which yields full-bodied wines, deep in color and featuring bold flavors of...

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