We're honoured to share this truly unique product, with the first half-case ever released beyond the cellar door available exclusively through Archives.
Piquette is made by fermenting grape pomace (skins and stems leftover from winemaking). Normally, Piquette is wine's fizzy, low-alcohol cousin. But this take, from Pinot Noir pomace, is bottled still.
This still Piquette was made from Estate Grown Pinot Noir Pomace after being pressed for the 2020 Hillier Rouge wine. It has a lovely pale salmon colour and presents like a rosé. Distinct classic notes of Pinot Noir on the nose. Refreshing & totally crushable.
To see the other side of these grapes, check out Last House's 2019 Hillier Rouge Pinot Noir.