Ca Di Rajo Le Moss Pet Nat is, essentially, Prosecco pet nat. It is a wine that screams summertime. Prosecco is that ubiquitous Italian sparkler made with the glera grape.
This one has a vegetal nose and it smells fresh and summery. it tastes of pear with some pithiness on the finish and has less carbonation than you would get with a champagne style sparkler. We have talked about the difference between a pet nat (ancestral method) and Champagne-style wines.
If I were not really thinking on it and just enjoying a glass I might well just say "pear" and leave it at that. It really reminds a pear soda or pear cider. It is light and fun and if you don't mind a wine that is unfiltered and cloudy you will love this one. Unfiltered puts some people off; those that think cloudy is somehow dirty may look askance. Unfiltered often means more flavor. When you filter out cloudiness you may, MAY filter out flavor.
The grape glera was, for years, referred to as "prosecco." About a decade ago they changed that to refer to just the wine of Italian origin, returning to an older, less-used term for the grape itself--glera. This is a neat wine, especially for under $15.