2018 Julie and Toby Bainbridge Cuvée Brit Pop
Julie and Toby Bainbridge in 2018 produced a pet nat called Brit Pop that was bottled with only 7 grams of residual sugar which is quite low.
The downside of higher sugar, however, is that more carbon dioxide will be produced and therefore there is a greater risk of the bottle exploding. This wine is made from 100% Grolleau Noir, a grape variety that is popular in the Anjou area. This is a very pleasant pet nat that will be excellent for the remainder of summer – it arrived in Australia in mid February. Toby has added a tiny amount of sulphites to this sparkling wine. Living Wines