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Purity Wines 'Strawberry Feelz' Pet-Nat 2022

Purity Wines 'Strawberry Feelz' Pet-Nat 2022

Farming : Organic

 

Winemaking : Hand-Picked Grapes | Native Yeast | Unfined | Unfiltered | Vegan | No Added Sulfites

 

Region : Rough & Ready, NV

 

Grape : Mourvedre | Syrah | Cinsault | Rousanne | Marsanne 

 

Alcohol by Volume : 11.5%


Notes:

 

Strawberries, passion fruit, raspberries and Meyer lemon curd, tart with just a hint of balancing sweetness. The fruit in this wine is a blend of whites and reds. 

 

From the winemakers: After working for years in the restaurant industry (Noel as a server, sommelier and wine buyer and Barrie as a special events manager), we decided that we wanted to start our own business to build upon the passion that Noel has for farming and wine. After many long nights of discussion about how to make the dream a reality, Purity Wine came to fruition in 2013.  Fun fact, Barrie is allergic to alcohol so when you never see her drinking the juice, you now know why. 

 

The name Purity came about as we sought to find a word that could quickly communicate our ethos of the importance of ecology. Purity is the goal we reach for, but like perfection, it’s something we understand we will always be working towards.  We’ve always presented ourselves as “natural” winemakers, always working with natural yeasts and bacterial. Sulphur use has always been minimal or none when possible.

 

From day one, we have worked with farmers who are  aligned with our belief in the importance of organics and when we have farmed ourselves (something we hope to do more of in the future), we did it organically.

 

Maybe the best way to describe our first 10 years, would be as experimentalists, grounded in science, but moved by creativity.  As we look towards the future, our goal is to continue to be creative in our approach to winemaking, but also to start applying what we’ve learned to crafting wines that are more rooted in history, with a lighter touch and organic farming being the through lines.