Gönc winery is a family tradition going back to 1936, when Peter Gönc’s great grandfather built their first wine cellar and planted the vineyard around it in the small town of Dobrovnik in Slovenia. Passed down from father to son, Peter finally got his turn, further growing the estate and the Gönc family name.
Fun fact: Gönc is actually a name for a barrel that they produce in Hungary, from whence the Gönc family hails, that’s 136 liters volume. The 136 dots on each bottle of their wines are in tribute to the family’s long history in the area’s wine community.
Pure red berries and sultry floral qualities are anything but shy, with subtle spice and fresh earth giving this Pet Nat Rose a serious edge that allows it to pair with a wide variety of foods. A refreshing wine with a heartwarming label (a painting of Peter and his mother!).
Grapes: Pinot Noir