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Yetti & The Kokonut Hipster Juice


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Vintage: 2020
Region: South Australia, Australia
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Muscat, Verdejo, Cabernet Franc, Sémillon Gris, Sauvignon Blanc

Yetti & The Kokonut Bubbles Pet Nat is made from hand-harvested Savagnin from a certified organic vineyard in McLaren Vale.

Song: This Must Be The Place by Sure Sure

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About Yetti & The Kokonut Hipster Juice

Yetti & The Kokonut Hipster Juice. The name of the wine, coupled with the color, pretty much tells you everything you need to know. This is for the cool-kids and not meant to be a wine of too much thought but rather too many friends with whom this should be shared. Dave & Koen had the vision of a blank white canvas and having a lot of fun with heaps of colors. Some were painted with a brush, others by hand and a smattering of finger paints and even spray paint: Muscat, Verdejo, Cab Franc, Sémillon (of the red variety), and Sauvignon Blanc are the colors.

Three white grapes, one red, and one reddish (Sémillon Gris) were handpicked across a three-week period with “high flavor x bright acid” as the common equation.  White flowers from the muscat, exotic touches from the Verdejo, texture from Cab Franc, Sémillon brings freshness to the table and the Sauvy Bee makes it look absolutely catwalk approved.

About Yetti & The Kokonut

Dave Geyer and Koen Janssens are the Yetti and the Kokonut. These two high-octane, talented young winemakers have partnered up to produce some truly original and thrilling wines from sustainable vineyards across South Australia.

A friendship turned into a balanced winemaking partnership, Yetti who manages the vineyards, and Koko who does the sales side of the business. Together they make the wine. Strongly believing that it all starts in the vineyard, Yetti and the Kokonut always farm, co-farm, or have a strong input into the vineyards they take fruit from. The name Yetti and the Kokonut comes from the nicknames given to the duo during one vintage of winemaking. These wines are colorful, flavorful, and a little tongue in cheek. Best served with good friends and plenty of good vibes.