Sacrilege version 2.0 — ‘Skin Contact White’ 2021 is here! The Pinot Gris portion spent 12 days fermenting on its skins like a red wine before being pressed, while the Riesling spent 12 hours macerating with its skins before pressing. The resulting wine is chock-full of peach, apricot and citrus notes from the Riesling, backed up by dried flower, herbal and umami notes from the skin-fermented Pinot Gris. This low alcohol wine is dry and fresh with just a hint of tannin on the finish making it a very versatile bottle on the dinner table. Due to its low alcohol level and lack of residual sugar, this wine is comparatively low in calories.