2020 Yume Yandee Ambrosia

Beer & Cider

No Added Preservatives


Before there was wine, there was Ambrosia.
Ambrosia is distinguished from mead as mead is traditionally made with the addition of beer yeast, whereas Yume Ambrosia is made with naturally occurring yeast in the honey or botanical additions. Notes by Lou Chalmer - who makes this - Monovarietal pet nat from Nanda People’s Land. Yandee is the indigenous name for York Gum. It’s sweet on the front palate, with a very fine acid line and lots of high notes. This comes from Nanda People’s land, just north and inland from Kalbarri. Aromatic, with delicate flavours and refreshing acidity, this is a great aperitif and will match with lighter dishes such as raw seafood. Diluted with water, fermented for 10 months on full lees then bottled with a touch (10g/L) of residual sugar for spritz. Apiculture by Home Hill Honey, made by Lou.

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