One of the most interesting and unusual wines Renegade has made (so far).
Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris) grapes grown in the Pfalz Germany, that are then transported under freezing conditions to the winery in London. They then spend two weeks on the skins, giving the wine an amazing, pinky copper colour before being aged for a short time in oak.
We’d say it’s best described as a cross between a rosé, orange wine and a light red or a “barrel aged rosé” as Renegade like to call it.
Either way, stunning. Try both slightly chilled and at room temperature to find your preference.
Grown in the Pfalz, Germany. Fermented and bottled in London.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.