Milan Nestarec - Danger 380 Volts 2019
70% Muller Thurgau, 20% Neubürger, 10% Muscat
Organic, No Sulfur Added, Unfined (Vegan), Unfiltered
Moravia, Czech Republic
From the importer-
17 year old vines in loess soil. The grapes are hand-harvested and destemmed. The juice ferments in 600-liter 7-year-old wooden barrels. The wine ferments for about 2 months with indigenous yeast. Fermentation finishes in bottle over a 2 month period as a pet nat. The wine is unfiltered, unfined, has zero sulfur added, and is not disgorged. 3,000 bottles.
Milan Nestarec has quickly become the star winemaker of the Czech republic during the time we’ve been working with him. His wines display so much life, vitality, and originality, that they have become very sought after all over the world in a very short time. We are honored to have been working with his wines since 2014. The wines we are selling now represent the full evolution of his original vision: a full range of wines, from quaffable yet energetic and inexpensive wines like the forks and knives and liter bottlings of Nach and Bel, to the amazingly expressive skin fermented wines, made entirely without additions of sulfur.
Milan’s father planted 8 hectares of vines in 2001 across two wine growing municipalities: Moravský Žižkov and Velké Bílovice. Milan studied winemaking with Aleš Kristančič of Movia, where he learned a great deal about the delicate art of making skin fermented white wines. No herbicides are used and the vines are worked organically. He believes that gentle methods of growing grapevines and grape processing gives the best result. All wines in the cellar are fermented spontaneously and they are usually vinified in oak and acacia barrels.