The Rogue Pinot Noir 2010
The grapes were harvested 14th September 2010 and the wine was bottled on the 29th August 2011.
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Our Pinot Noir that doesn't look like a Pinot Noir is back for its second vintage. And there are a lot of similarities between the 2009 and 2010 versions. When compared to the original Rogue Pinot Noir, the 2010 has almost a carbon copy of oak flavours, with sweet spices and butterscotch dominating. Add to this some rhubarb, cherry, ripe peach aromas and a slight hint of smoke. The palate is 'ridiculously smooth and velvety'. The cherry flavours integrate well with toasted almond and sweet spice notes and the finish leaves you thinking about maple and butterscotch.
|VQA||Twenty Mile Bench|
|Residual Sugar||3.7 g/L|