Devil’s Rock is launching a German Pinot Grigio which it says offers a lighter alternative to Italian varieties.
The brand has added a screwcap Pinot Grigio 2003 to its range, to join Devil’s Rock Riesling. It will be sold in Waitrose from November 22 at an rsp of £4.49.
Binderer St Ursula’s winemaker, Jakob Feltes, said: “Our Pinot Grigio is fresh, fruity and elegant - a good alternative to some of its heavier southern European counterparts.”
The brand, distributed in the UK by Thierry’s, has also announced its plans for 2005 which include a new Private Collection, premium level Riesling and three-litre bag in box Riesling.