Quick! Grab your chance. Sun’s out. Pour the rosé!
This one is Heinrich’s Naked Rosé, made from Blaufrankisch, biodynamically grown on limestone and schist soils in Burgenland, Austria.
Hand picked, left on skins and stems for a few hours to pick up colour and aroma, then spontaneous fermentation in large old oak casks. Unfiltered and low in sulphites.
One of the Naked range of wines from Gernot and Heike Heinrich, made with conscientious handcraft and care throughout the entire cycle, from nurturing soil health to the bottle, that express the character of the autochthonous grape variety and the unique climate and soils of Burgenland.
On the shelf in the shop, online at ironandrose.com, and on by the glass at PetitGlou @petit_glou.