This genre of sparkling wine, known as pétillant natural, or pét-nat, is made by a method so old that the French term for it is “methode ancestrale.” While classic champagne requires several years of ageing, pét-nats are released younger and often taste wilder and more open than champagne. Thanks to the bottle fermentation and natural yeasts, pét-nats display a range of exciting aromas.
Wagram is located in North-eastern Austria and is one of Austria's sixteen official wine regions. The climate is cold and the soils are mineral-rich. This terroir is ideal for growing Grüner Veltliner, the region’s most well-known varietal, and helps develop rich, full-bodied white wines with creamy textures.