Devil's Staircase Pinot Noir Rockburn Central Otago 2019

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Sourced from several Central Otago vineyards, the Devil's Staircase Pinot Noir takes the willing down into the realm of decadence and Bacchanalian delights. The flavours are practically immoral, full of black plums, blueberries and bramble fruit, and will leave you with an insatiable desire for more.

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£17.87

RRP: £19.99 (save 11%)

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Winery: Rockburn

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Rockburn started as the hobby of Richard Bunton in 1991. He planted a few hectares of vineyard in the then pretty much unknown area of Central Otago. In 2005, Malcolm Francis the winemaker, arrived from Felton Road where his skills immediately reaped the rewards when he won the Elite Gold Medal. This is a very exciting new arrival on the world Pinot Noir stage.

The Devil's Staircase wines are inspired by the winding road leading from Queenstown to Kingston along the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Rockburn takes its name from the rugged, rock-strewn, burn scarred landscape of Central Otago. Located on the 45th parallel, Rockburn shares a climate that is similar to Burgundy. These Central Otago vineyards are surrounded by mountains to the west, whose seaward slopes are rainforest, receiving 5,000mm of rain per annum. To the east is a barren, moon-like landscape that receives less than 25mm or rain a year. Situated between these extremes, lie the Rockburn vineyards, which are producing Pinot Noir of stunning quality.

 
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RRP £19.99
Vintage 2019
Alcoholic strength 13.5%
Serve with barbecued meat
Grapes Pinot Noir 100%
Body B
Vegetarian Yes
Vegan Yes
Milk No
Eggs No
Organic No
Biodynamic No
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