Burleigh Pinot Rosé

Light Bodied
Dry
Textured
Vintage
2020
Region
Marlborough
Size
750ml / 13% ABV
What is not to love about this gorgeous Rosé? Savoury, sweet and incredibly moreish!
Light bodied
Full bodied
Dry
Sweet
Textured & Creamy
Fresh & Zingy
The Pinot Noir grapes for this wine were sourced from the Burleigh sub region of Marlborough. Hugging the low terraces of the Taylor River, this traditionally cool area is suited to light, fragrant Pinot Noir – perfect for our medium/dry Pinot Rosé. On the palate, red berries and scented wildflowers are complemented by a hint of blood orange.
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Hones in on specific patches within New Zealand’s premier South Island wine region, Marlborough. Our winemakers give a profound and definitive voice to those sub regions in a glass, by delivering distinctive and alluring expressions of signature varietals.

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Beyond the Bottle

2019

The vintage behind this wine

The settled weather in Malborough made for ideal flowering and growing conditions, while the warm summer ripened fruit beautifully. These excellent conditions continued throughout harvest, and at the time of picking, the fruit was in optimal condition - ripe, healthy and heaving with berry flavours.

Marlborough

Marlborough is considered the home of Mud House wines. The brand was formed around vineyards in the region. The Marlborough wine region is by far New Zealand's largest, accounting for three-quarters of the country's wine production. Known for producing exceptional Sauvignon Blanc.

It began as an adventure. 

Our founders were a courageous couple who embarked on a sailing tour of the world. On one of the earliest stops, they found New Zealand. They quickly fell in love and decided to end the tour of the world in favour of building a mud house in New Zealand and planting a vineyard.  After preparing the land and planting vines, they used the local earth to build their home. That home became our brand. Over twenty years on, with a renewed sense of energy, we remain as in touch with the land as our name suggests.

2019

The vintage behind this wine

The settled weather in Malborough made for ideal flowering and growing conditions, while the warm summer ripened fruit beautifully. These excellent conditions continued throughout harvest, and at the time of picking, the fruit was in optimal condition - ripe, healthy and heaving with berry flavours.

Marlborough

Marlborough is considered the home of Mud House wines. The brand was formed around vineyards in the region. The Marlborough wine region is by far New Zealand's largest, accounting for three-quarters of the country's wine production. Known for producing exceptional Sauvignon Blanc.

It began as an adventure. 

Our founders were a courageous couple who embarked on a sailing tour of the world. On one of the earliest stops, they found New Zealand. They quickly fell in love and decided to end the tour of the world in favour of building a mud house in New Zealand and planting a vineyard.  After preparing the land and planting vines, they used the local earth to build their home. That home became our brand. Over twenty years on, with a renewed sense of energy, we remain as in touch with the land as our name suggests.