Tim Wildman

Lost in a Field Frolic Pet Nat 2021

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Reminiscing about summer evenings


England: Madeleine Angevine, Reichensteiner, Schönburger, Triomphe d'Alsace, Rondo, Cabernet Noir, Seyval Blanc, Frühburgunder, Ortega, Dornfelder, Solaris, Regent, Huxelrebe, Muller Thurgau, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Phoenix, Bacchus, Siegerrebe, Madeleine Sylvaner and Leon Millot.






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  • 2021
  • 10%
  • 750ml
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Lost in a Field Frolic Pet Nat 2021 - Tim Wildman

Frolic pet-Nat is the eagerly anticipated release from Tim Wildman's Lost in a Field project. A blend of 21 heritage wine grape varieties from vineyards in seven English & Welsh counties, some dating as far back as 1973.

Lost in a Field is on a mission to rescue the fast-disappearing heritage grape varieties that were planted in the UK and nearly forgotten about. Crafting them into delicious, low-intervention pét-nat (kinda sparkling wine) using traditional winemaking methods.

We're saying alcoholic Fanta vibes, with a zesty pinky-orange in colour, satsuma on the nose with rhubarb and ripe juicy mango on the tongue. Basically a party in a natural wine bottle from Tim Wildman.

This does come with our usual Pet-Nat warning of: CHILL AS HARD AS YOU CAN AND OPEN VERY CAREFULLY.

British born Tim Wildman became a Master of Wine in 2008. He started his own project, Wildman Wine, in 2014 becoming a pioneer of the pétillant natural style in Australia working with Mediterranean grape varieties in the Adelaide Hills. Cult classics Astro Bunny and Piggy Pop whose juicy colours and funky labels give a perfect insight into the wines he bottles and Wildman's experimental methods.

Since returning to native soil in 2018, Wildman has turned his attention to rescuing disappearing grape varieties and neglected vineyards in the UK, making low-intervention pet-nats for his Lost in a Field project and forming a Lost Vineyard Preservation Society. The first wine from this project shows that this new focus on heritage hasn't removed any of the fun from the man who said “my pét-nat brings all the boys to the yard”.

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