Blackbook Winery I'd Rather be a Rebel Rose 2019

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Blackbook Winery I'd Rather be a Rebel Rose 2019

Country - Great Britain

Region - English Regional Wine

Grape Varieties - Pinot Noir 100%

Alcohol by volume - 12.5%

Bottle - 75cl

Producer - Blackbook Winery

Tasting notes - An expressive and textured dry rosé, with elements of strawberries and cream, ripe red cherry and freshly crushed raspberry coming together on the beautifully balanced palate.

Blackbook Winery I'd Rather be a Rebel Rose 2019

An expressive and textured dry rosé, with elements of
strawberries and cream, ripe red cherry and freshly
crushed raspberry, nicely textured with the right amount
of richness.


Producer Note
Blackbook Winery is an urban winery located in a railway arch in Battersea, South
London. Their philosophy is simple: blending tradition with innovation. The grapes are
sourced from carefully selected growers, who have vineyards within hours of the city
and high quality grapes. Blackbook endeavours to bring the hard work of the
vineyard owners to the forefront, by creating a range of single vineyard wines that
showcase the quality and potential of producing world-class still wine in England.
Focussing on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Blackbook uses a minimalist approach,
with low to zero sulphur and natural yeasts, as they seek to reflect the vibrancy,
culture and energy of London in their wines.


Vintage
2019 is being hailed across the UK as the ‘harvest of the century’ following recordbreaking summer, with warm temperatures throughout the growing period. The ideal
weather conditions carried through into the autumn, creating a long slow ripening
period, allowing the fruit to reach good phenolic maturity with good balance. The
vines produced high yields of excellent quality fruit.


Vineyard
The grapes for this wine are sourced from the single vineyard ‘Crouch Valley
Vineyard’, which is situated on the coastal peninsula of the Crouch Valley in Essex,
between the Crouch and Blackwater Rivers. Planted in 2006, the vineyard is south
facing to optimise the sunlight in the capricious English climate. The soil is made up
of clay, which offers good water retention properties, nourishing the vines throughout
the summer growth period. The grapes are hand-picked into small crates and then
travel the short distance to the winery in Battersea, London.


Winemaking
The ‘I’d Rather Be a Rebel’ rosé was vinified following the philosophy of minimal
intervention. The grapes were cold soaked, then whole bunch pressed directly into 5
to 10 year old Burgundy barrels, without settling. The wine underwent fermentation
with indigenous yeast, followed by malolactic conversion with natural yeast which
resulted in a softer mouthfeel. 25% was aged in stainless steel tanks, retaining the
purity of fruit, where it received frequent lees stirring. The remaining 75% was aged for
six months on its lees in seasoned Burgundy barrels. The total maturation time was
eight months.


Tasting Note
An expressive and textured dry rosé, with elements of strawberries and cream, ripe
red cherry and freshly crushed raspberry coming together on the beautifully
balanced palate.


Grape
Pinot Noir 100%

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