MASH UP RED
A JUICY, COMPLEX MASH UP
OF RED VARIETALS. IT CERTAINLY PUSHES
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A PLAYFUL WHITE BLEND TO EXCITE YOUR SENSES
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PALATE. REFRESHING IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT.
THE ROGUE VINTNER PLAYS
BY HIS OWN RULES. A NON-
CONFORMIST BY NATURE, HE
BRINGS A SENSE OF THE
PLAYFUL AND MISCHIEVOUS
TO THE ART OF MAKING WINE
WINE HAS BECOME
MORE THAN A DRINK
IT’S A CULTURAL
Wine has become more than a drink; it’s a cultural phenomenon with its own language, its own rules and traditions evolved over centuries. But while traditions are to be respected, sometimes you have to give them a shake to take a step forward and push the boundaries.
Enter the Rogue Vintner. The Rogue Vintner plays by his own rules. A non-conformist by nature, he brings a sense of the playful and mischievous to the art of making wine. Unrestricted by traditional norms, wines are described in plain language rather than industry buzzwords. There are no board meetings, no ties to regions, no restrictions, no limits; the only rules are flavour, balance and intrigue.
There’s a bit of rogue in all of us. Come and find yours today
CAME IN 1991 THAT
COURSE OF HIS LIFE.
It wasn't the moment he first imbibed wine (although that did help); it was the day he happened across the concept of Wine Marketing' while planning his future career.
He set about his new passion with aplomb, turbocharging his thinking by killing off his weaker brain cells by in-depth research of his chosen specialist subject.
The end result; a qualification in Wine Marketing, a love of the fermented grape, a network of lifelong friends and contacts and a vision of approaching the wine industry his way.
He travelled the world with a thirst for both wine and knowledge,digging out red ferments in the Barossa Valley, dragging winery hoses in the remote Great Southern region of Western Australia and punching down red ferments in California's Sonoma Valley.
In New York, he slung his wine bag on the streets, while in London he poured samples for sommeliers in some of this city's hippest venues.
All the while he never lost sight of the fact that it's what's in the glass that counts above all else. That wine remains a pleasure, not a corporate concept.
The Rogue Vintner believes that everyone's wine journey is individual, and believes that individuality can be applied to production as much as consumption.