Australia’s best Pet Nats have been voted in by Young Gun of Wine and we’re humbled to have made the list!

“Here we have a more refined variation of pét nat,” wrote Vigier as he placed this just outside his top three. “This wine is not just about the fruits.. Flavours of yoghurt, cream, and white chocolate nibs. Oxidative handling of the fruit adds notes of blanched and marzipan. Lees contact contributes autolysis notes of marzipan, biscuit and almond croissant. There is a distinct mineral element, reminiscent of crushed rocks. Additionally, there is a delicate floral touch with hints of jasmine and white lillies. It reminds me of a high quality blanc de blanc grower Champagne. On the palate, the wine displays a slightly broader profile but maintains refreshing acidity. Although the finish may not be incredibly complex, I consider it one of the best wines I’ve had today”.

Read more about the journey of Pet Nats through a deep dive article on the Young Gun of Wine website.