Central Otago Pinot Noir lovers are most likely familiar with the story of Rockburn Wines. But for those who aren’t the boutique producer has now launched a new video telling their unique Kiwi story.
As one of the pioneers in the region, Rockburn has been producing Pinot Noir in Central Otago for more than 20 years. Founded by Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Dick Bunton, the boutique producer proudly remains 100 % New Zealand owned by a group of families, who were bought together by their shared passion for Central Otago and love of Pinot Noir.
Celebrating Central Otago’s breathtaking scenery and world-class wines, the video is an homage to a unique place that is “simply producing the best wine from the best place in the world.”
Produced by digital agency Socialize in collaboration with NZ Story, a government organisation helping Kiwi companies tell their stories to the world, the video can be viewed on Rockburn’s new website rockburn.co.nz and their YouTube channel.
About Rockburn Wines:
Rockburn takes its name from the rugged, rock-strewn, burn-scarred landscape of Central Otago. The boutique producer has two vineyards, one on the Gibbston Back Road in the Gibbston Valley, and the other at Parkburn in the Cromwell Basin with its state of the art winemaking facility based in Cromwell.
Rockburn not only produces Pinot Noir of stunning quality but also award-winning Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Rosé and Fumé Blanc. Follow Rockburn on social media.