Such a fun introduction to the Une Femme line up! Piquette is becoming a word we are hearing more often these days as it has been “discovered” by the natural wine crowd, but in truth, Piquette has been around for centuries. Once known as “workers’ wine”, Piquette is made by adding water to grape pomace (the leftover skins and seeds from winemaking) after the initial wine is made. The water and pomace begin to ferment again, and a lighter, lower alcohol wine is created. At one time this was what field workers would be given to drink. Made from 100% organic Pinot Meunier from Sonoma County and clocking in at a whopping 10% alcohol, this light-colored, and light-bodied reddish wine is just fun, tart and super refreshing. Think picnic wine. 2,000 bottles made, by Samantha Sheehan of POE Winery.