Borachio Pash Rash Pet-Nat
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Region: Adelaide Hills, Australia
Grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Savagnin, Chardonnay
Ocean spray. A walk on the beach at sunset. A bag of sherbet and a pink lemonade from the kiosk. Memories. Or the adult version: you passed out, woke up sandy, someone stole your backpack. Classic you.
Song: Steal My Sunshine by LEN
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About Borachio Pash Rash Pet-Nat
Borachio Pash Rash Pet-Nat is ocean spray on a warm day. A walk on the beach at sunset. A bag of sherbet and pink lemonade from the kiosk. Memories. Or the adult version: you passed out, woke up sandy, someone stole your backpack. Classic you. Pinot Noir – Savagnin – Chardonnay all direct pressed.
The 2020 Pash Rash sees pinot rubbing shoulders with some friends. Why? The ferments hummed along so healthily that they had to slow them down with sweet juice. A good challenge to have, it’s kinda same but different this year, gentle fizz, the pinot bringing the fun, while the Savagnin brings some adult supervision to the proceedings, with the faintest whiff of brioche at the end.
Sophisticated? Nah. But a bit chicer for sure.
Borachio is the brainchild of owners/winemakers Alicia Basa and Mark Warner, who work in Carey Gully, Adelaide Hills, Australia. The is fruit sourced from organically farmed vineyards in nearby Mount Compass and Mount Torrens. All winemaking takes place preservative and additive-free.
Alicia and Mark believe in taking care of the land and for the people who work for the winery. From Mark: “For vineyard work, be it picking or or growing season work, we use contractors. The contractors we use are paid on an hourly award wage. We tend to stick with one crew, to keep them in work and to build a stronger relationship. They are independent operators, with a lot of the team being made up of family members. Throughout the year if we need help with bottling, we pay above award wage and supply food and what we consider a ‘nice vibe’.”