Wasurenagusa Forget Me Not 2020

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A rosé/red natural wine with intense orchard fruit aromas that rise from the glass, balanced acidity, and distinct minerality!

Tasting Notes: Lemons, pineapples, apricots, honey, and notes of petrol!

Pairing Suggestions: Crispy Tofu Stir Fry, Cod Fish in Tomato Sauce, Pepperoni Pizza

Nelson, New Zealand

Type: Red | Vintage: 2020 | Sulfur: No Added | Varietal: Pinot Noir, Riesling | Alcohol: 13% | Production: Organic | Style: Food Wine

Producer Profile

Most natural winemakers will tell you they make wines that they themselves like to drink; Yuki-san, revealing the former rigorous sommelier still residing inside him, makes wines that he’d like to pair. “Wine has a long history of walking hand in hand with great food cultures of the world, traditionally with the Western ones that are very rich in butter, oil, and meat. But my culture is different. When I was working as a somm in Kyoto fine dining restaurants, I’d sometimes have difficulty finding the perfect wine for pairing… so I ended up trying to make them as I’d like them to match,” he says about the philosophy behind his cute flower-dotted labels, which are created by his friend, a Japanese artist named Sacco. - Jenny & Francois

Lemons, pineapples, apricots, honey, and notes of petrol!

ABV:

  • 13

Vintage:

  • 2020

Type:

  • Red

More On Wasurenagusa Forget Me Not 2020

Pairings

Crispy Tofu Stir Fry, Cod Fish in Tomato Sauce, Pepperoni Pizza

Varietal

Pinot Noir

Funky Scale

Middle of the Road

Region

Nelson, New Zealand

The Producer

About Kunoh Wines

Most natural winemakers will tell you they make wines that they themselves like to drink; Yuki-san, revealing the former rigorous sommelier still residing inside him, makes wines that he’d like to pair. “Wine has a long history of walking hand in hand with great food cultures of the world, traditionally with the Western ones that are very rich in butter, oil, and meat. But my culture is different. When I was working as a somm in Kyoto fine dining restaurants, I’d sometimes have difficulty finding the perfect wine for pairing… so I ended up trying to make them as I’d like them to match,” he says about the philosophy behind his cute flower-dotted labels, which are created by his friend, a Japanese artist named Sacco. - Jenny & Francois