Milan Nestarec, Danger 380 Volts

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Vintage: 2020

Varietals: Müller-thurgau, Neubürger & Muscat 

Region: Moravia

Farming: Organic/Biodynamic, Unfined/Unfiltered, No added SO2

Danger 380 Volts from Milan Nestarec is a wild delicious wine. Animal in the nose, plus lemon and elderflower. The taste and the cloudy yellow-y look can recall of a dry fresh lemonade. The electrifying zingy acidity is a perfect thirst quencher. Btw the current 2020 edition could easily be called 400V.

The grapes are hand-harvested and destemmed. The juice ferments in 600-liter 7-year-old wooden barrels. The wine ferments for about 2 months with indigenous yeast. Fermentation finishes in bottle over a 2 month period as a petnat. The wine is unfiltered, unfined, has zero sulfur added, and is not disgorged.