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Kobal Bajta Yellow Muscat Pét-Nat

$32.00

2 in stock

Vintage: 2020
Region: Haloze Hills, Lower Styria, Slovenia
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Yellow Muscat

Kobal Bajta Yellow Muscat Pét-Nat is lively, juicy, mouthwatering, bubbly goodness! Aromas of lemon, lime, flowers and pronounced yeastiness.

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Kobal Bajta Yellow Muscat Pét-Nat

Kobal Bajta Yellow Muscat Pét-Nat is lively, juicy, mouthwatering, bubbly goodness! Aromas of lemon, lime, flowers, and pronounced yeastiness.

Hand-picked grapes are fermented naturally. The process is closely monitored by the winemaker Once the sugar level reaches the desired level, the wine is bottled with wild microflora and continues fermenting in the bottle. Lively, juicy, mouthwatering, bubbly goodness! It looks cloudy, but it is bright on the inside. Aromas of lemon, lime, flowers, and pronounced yeastiness on the nose lead to a creamy, chewy palate with a slightly bitter finish. Chill it down and do not shake before opening! This wine is alive.

About the Kobal Winery

Kobal wines come from the Haloze appellation in Štajerska Slovenia. Since Roman times, Haloze has been considered one of the top wine-growing sites in Central Europe. The soil of these steep slopes consists predominantly of marl, and the roots of vines that average 35 years old go deep into the ground to absorb minerality. Owner and winemaker, Bojan Kobal, is the true scientist of his craft. The amazing variety of styles of wines he produces shows that there is nothing he cannot do. The lineup of fresh Kobal whites is Bojan’s expression of Haloze fruit and varietal character. The Bajta wines are all fermented with natural yeasts only. From juicy and playful Pet Nats to the mature skin contact Belo – there is a delicious wine here for any occasion.

The terrain of the entire Štajerska region is made up of steep-sloped vineyards and narrow, wind-rich hill valleys. A diverse geological soil composition, consisting mainly of sand and clay with marl in the lower layers. The vineyards spread out over the finest wine-growing sites of Haloze Hills.