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MUST-TRY PET NAT
Made from Italian grapes in South Australia these natural beauties by Tim Wildman, need to be stocked in your fridge all summer long. Produced in tiny quantities, but with maximum flavour.
Snap up the more-ish 'Astro Bunny' + 'Piggy Pop' online now, and pop these epic Pet-Nats in the sunshine with friends. Let's get summer started!
"What drives me every day is the connection with place and its interpretation through winemaking. Learning from the past, being in the present and fostering excitement for the future to create expressive wines with balance, harmony and longevity." - Ben Haines
Ben Haines is part of a new generation of winemakers, making fresher, more terroir drive wines in Australia's Yarra Valley. He aims to make wines that express 'the vineyard in a glass', shining a light on the patchwork of different vineyard expressions in this unique growing region. These are approachable, energetic wines that are far removed from the heavy Australian wines of the past.
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Discover the 'Salts of the Earth' terroir project, and save £24, with our latest mixed case.
A collaboration between The Sourcing Table's own Ben Henshaw, acclaimed wine writer Jamie Goode and Zalto wineglass importer Daniel Primack. This dynamic trio is on a mission to discover the best expressions of Albariño from Rias Baixas and Riesling from the Rheingau.
Wines that epitomise these iconic growing regions, and offer some of the purest, saline expressions of their vines.