La Garagista, Arlette Pét-Nat (2021)

La Garagista, Arlette Pét-Nat (2021)

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La Garagista is located on Mount Hunger at the edge of the Chateauguay forrest in the Piedmont chain of hills in Barnard, Vermont. 
They produce terroir expressing alpine wine and ciders. The land has been part of small homestead farming for over two hundred years and Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber have owned the property since 1998. The farm is tended with care and observation of the native terroir, a whole-farm and diverse agriculture where not only grapes are grown but also vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs. This is all used in the tiny Hart Tavernetta Bar a Vin in the old garage winery for lovely and frequently spontaneous pop-up and supper club events.

 This fruit was picked earlier than the sister wine Ci Confonde Rosé, and due to the earlier pick, and cool weather in the summer, the wine is a pale golden color full of crushed white flowers and limestone. The fruit was fermented for two days whole cluster then destemmed and footcrushed, then pressed. Native yeast fermentation began in flex tanks. After about 2 weeks of continous fermentation, the wine was bottled to finish under cap as a pétillant naturel. This wine was made as a special celebration for our 10 year anniversary as La garagista.

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