If you love the waning sunlight of late October and early November as much as I do, you could scarcely find a better wine to sip on than this. Grenache is better known for its role in sturdy reds like Cotes-du-Rhone and Chateauneuf-du-Pape, but this contrarian take on the grape is very compelling.
Like all pet-nats, this is very slightly fizzy and should be served cold. It has upfront fruit and lively acidity. You can serve this with just about anything from cheeses to burgers while summer is still in memory and before it turns cold.
Mostly Grenache. Serve cold.