Wine Enthusiast Favorites for 2020 – Magazine Calls Out Two of Our 90+ Point Organic Wines
We are thrilled to have two different wines called out as Wine Enthusiast Favorites for 2020. Both the 92 point Biokult Naken orange wine and 90 point Pizzolato Fields Prosecco Frizzante are darlings of this prestigious magazine.
Made with organic grapes, 90% Pinot Gris and 10% Muskateller, Biokult Naken has quickly become a favorite nationwide.
“Pink-hued and funky, this skin-contact orange wine brims with clementine and orange peel notes on the nose, supported by an overtone of honeysuckle. The light palate has a texture reminiscent of citrus pith and tingles with freshness, while clementine and white pepper notes are highlighted by the bone-dry nature. It is compelling and wonderfully light.” Wine Enthusiast 92 Points
From the Wine Enthusiast Article:
“Orange wines have been polarizing the wine world for years as many have regarded them as just a hipster trend. But these wines are far from new. In fact, they are quite possibly produced with one of the most ancient techniques for making white wine. How it works is the grapes are fermented on the skins adding the signature color and often tannins. In short, they are white wines made like reds.
Traditionally these wines were aged in clay vessels. But modern winemakers have employed barrels and concrete tanks to achieve the texture often associated with orange wines.
These pumped-up flavors and tannic wines are not everyone’s favorite but as the category has grown over the years there is plenty to explore.”
Made with 100% Organic Grapes and Vegan Friendly.
Pizzolato Fields Prosecco is One of Wine Enthusiast Favorite Five Best Sparkling Wines for $15 or Less
Pizzolato Fields Brut Prosecco appears as #9 on Wine Enthusiast’s Top 100 Best Buys of 2020. This follows up on the #2 spot on the prestigious list in 2018. The wine is one of Wine Enthusiast’s favorites of 2020, on their recent list of
“Made with organically farmed grapes, this opens with enticing aromas of citrus blossom and Bartlett pear. The bright palate delivers white peach, lemon zest and almond alongside crisp acidity and refined bubbles.” Wine Enthusiast 90 Points
From the Wine Enthusiast article:
“Sparkling wines are perfect for adding some extra fun and flair from everything from special occasions to your average weeknight. But don’t let the price of certain sparklers scare you off because there are plenty of budget-friendly, quality bottles to be enjoyed. Case and proof: Five sparklers from around the world made our Top 100 Best Buys of 2020, meaning they scored well on our 100-point scale and clock in at $15 or less. Whether you prefer the light citrusy fizz or traditional toasty brioche notes, there is something for everyone.”
Both wines are available at fine retailers and restaurants nationwide.