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Delinquente Roxanne the Razor NAND

$29.00

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Vintage: 2023
Region: Riverland, Australia
Viticulture: Organic and Biodynamic
Grape variety: 44% Negroamaro, 42% Aglianico, 14% Nero d’Avola

Delinquente Roxanne the Razor NAND is bright and juicy with very little tannin. The lovely earthy, amaro-esque savoriness and cola-berry characters are still there, but play second fiddle to the sour cherry candied fruit vibe. A Riverland version of Beaujolais, using varieties appropriate to the place they are grown.

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Additional information

NATTINESS

Natty

FRUIT

Blackberry, Red Berries, Sour Cherry

BODY

Light-bodied

ACIDITY

Bright (Medium-High)

ALCOHOL

11-12%

OAK

No Oak

TANNIN

Light

SWEETNESS

Dry

SERVING TEMP

Cool Red and Orange (58°–62°)

SULFUR

Very Low Sulfur (less than 20mg/L)

VEGAN

Vegan

IMPORTER

Hudson Wine Brokers

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Delinquente Roxanne the Razor NAND

Delinquente Roxanne the Razor NAND is bright and juicy with very little tannin. The lovely earthy, amaro-esque savoriness and cola-berry characters are still there, but play second fiddle to the sour cherry candied fruit vibe. A Riverland version of Beaujolais, using varieties appropriate to the place they are grown. Wild fermented in stainless steel, each variety was picked and fermented separately – the Negroamaro and Nero d’Avola on skins for 7 days, the Aglianico pressed off after 3 days. Everything is blended before bottling.

About Delinquente Wine Co.

Con Greg founded Delinquente in 2013 after trying his hand at other industries before returning home to the Riverland. He grew up surrounded by wine; his Dad was the manager of production for one of the region’s bulk wineries. Delinquente translates to ‘delinquent’ in Italian, which speaks to Con and his team’s desire to always buck the trend, break rules, and do things their own way. He aims to showcase how good wines from Riverland can be if grape varieties and clones are used that are suited to the climate and soil type and if you treat the vines with respect and care.

Riverland has been established for being a region that produces a majority of bulk wine using highly mechanized viticulture traditions, and the region produces a third of the nation’s total crush. It stretches between the bends of the mighty Murray River and the vast edge of the Great Australian Outback. Riverland’s vineyards are highly influenced by two types of soils: the river valley soil made up of sandy and clay particles, and Mallee soil, comprising lime and clay layers. The region has a warm, temperate climate but doesn’t get much rain. With its relatively low altitude, it can be insanely hot during summer. The Murray River provides necessary relief and access to water for farming.

Con Greg sources organically grown fruit from two small family growers. Breaking from traditional mechanical farming in the region, all the fruit is hand-picked and hand-sorted. Even with the Murray River providing some water relief, the Riverland can be very hot and very dry, particularly through the vines’ growing season. That is the reason Con Greg chose to work primarily with Southern Italian grape varieties, which are suited to the climate, need less water are naturally drought resistant, are late ripening, and retain natural acidity. In this way, they are more environmentally sustainable, and allow the production of wines with lower alcohol levels but heaps of freshness and flavor.

All Delinquente wines are made with extremely minimal intervention in the winery. The core group of still wines – Screaming Betty Vermentino, Pretty Boy Rosato, Roko il Vagabondo Montepulciano – are wild fermented in stainless steel. The Hell Series of wines show additional nuances and texture through the use of seasoned oak. The yeasts are always native, no wines are fined or filtered, and the only sulfur addition is at bottling and employed in minimal amounts.