P.A.N.K. Báro Rosé Pét-Nat
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Region: Balatonfelvidék, Hungary
Viticulture: Organic and Biodynamic
Grape varieties: 100% Kékfrankos (Blaufränkisch)
P.A.N.K. Báro Rosé Pét-Nat has flavors like muddled blackberry, raspberry, and cherry, with spices and a bright lively finish. No sulfur added.
Movie: Punk SLC
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About P.A.N.K. Báro Rosé Pét-Nat
P.A.N.K. Báro Rosé Pét-Nat has flavors like muddled blackberry, raspberry, and cherry, with spices and a bright lively finish. Unfined and unfiltered, with no sulfur added. Whole cluster pressing. Fermentation was spontaneous with native yeasts. Fermentation was on the skins. After removing the skins, fermentation continued in the bottle under stabilized conditions for one month. The wines remained in the bottle after fermentation for five months before release.
Attila Pálffy is a seventh-generation winemaker from Köveskál in western Hungary. P.A.N.K. (Pálffy Attila Natural Köveskál) is the natural wine project managed by Attila and his fiancée Orsolya. P.A.N.K. is an acronym for Attila’s name and village (the noble village of Köveskál), and an homage to Attila’s love of punk music and culture. The unfiltered and unfined P.A.N.K. Pét-Nats and Anfora wines caused a stir in Hungary when they were first released, and these wines – in perfect punk fashion – still run into problems with the authorities for their unconventional bent. They were the first Pét-Nats to be approved for sale by the Hungarian government in 2018.
The P.A.N.K. wines come from their own certified organic vineyards in and around Köveskál. They have been organic since 2005, and in 2013 they started biodynamic winemaking on half of the estate. Attila works with very minimal intervention techniques in the cellar, such as spontaneous fermentation, zero sulfur, and no fining and filtering.