About The Wine
This wine was inspired by Ramato styles of Pinot Gris from Friuli in Italy.
It's Gris in disguise as a Rosé. BK fermented the fruit on skins as whole bunches, picking up the lovely blushed coppery colour, wild amaro herbs and crunchy tannin that comes with this winemaking technique.
A world away from the insipid simple dry whites that populate the wine fridges of many a bottle shop. This is a wine of texture, energy and interest. A great addition to the BK range and perfect for those looking for pink or orange wines for laid back weekends.
About BK Wines
BK Wines is one of the poster boys of the modern artisan wine movement in the Adelaide Hills.
Owner/winemaker Brendon Keys is not afraid to do things differently. His wines are all from single vineyards (some biodynamically farmed), fermented with wild yeasts, unfined and unfiltered, with extended skin contact and even clay fermentation eggs occasionally thrown in for good measure.
His wines are creatively imagined, an artist meets skateboarding punk rocker kind of vibe.
Brendan is one of the more respected producers of the Adelaide Hills avant-garde.