Beach Fizz Pack - Six Wines

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Beach Fizz Pack - Six Wines

170.00

Raw, rustic, delicious bottles of bubbles designed for park picnics, backyard BBQ’s and sun-kissed lazy days at the beach!

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NV Puncheon Darts Prosecco

Drink this King Valley number by itself or use it as the base of your favourite Spritz. Featuring great acidity with a burst of lemon and lime sherbet, this is a light and bright Prosecco with more interest and depth than many others with the same price tag.

2018 Little Reddie ‘Pat Nat’ Nebbiolo

Born of early picked Colbinabbin Nebbiolo, we are in love with this wine! The slightly pink hue hints at the time on skins this wine has received, and the bright red fruits sit comfortably with savoury/leesy characters in this smile-inducing jovial wine. A full-frontal portrait of winemaker Patrick Underwood on the front with only a diamante stud between you and his secret bits make this wine even more exciting!

2017 Domaine Simha ‘Paysan’ Pét-Nat

Riesling Pétillant Naturel from the cool heights of Tasmania’s Derwent Valley. Crisp with Meyer lemon notes and some bright acid makes this wine the perfect thirst quencher for sunbaked days.

2018 Mt Midoriyama Pét-Nat

Sam and Al from KonPira Maru have nailed this seasons party staple -  a blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier from Whitlands, Victoria. Broad both aromatically and in the mouth, big fresh red fruits meet a savoury finish. A staff favourite at The Moon, you’ll see this at many house parties this summer.

2017 Ephemera ‘Summer’ Pét-Nat

Rhen Dodd and Janelle De Gabriele make some stunning wines using Italian varietals out of Heathcote, Victoria. This is Pétillant Naturel from Negroamaro and Vermentino grapes. Just as the name suggests this is the perfect Summer afternoon BBQ fizz.

2017 The Story ‘Col Fondo’ Prosecco
From central Victoria, Rory Lane has made this delectable Col Fondo – which literally translates in Italian to “with the bottom”. Still using the Glera grape variety, the secondary fermentation (what makes it fizz) happens in the bottle and leaves some sediment behind. This makes for a wonderful cloudy wine that has a dry crispness combined with floral and yeasty notes.