A silver medal winner at the UK Wine Awards 2017. Tasting note: This aromatic dry white wine is an enticing blend of tropical and citrus fruits with a complex long lingering finish. Food Pairing: Enjoy as an aperitif or great with salmon dishes.
Technical note: Made with 100% Bacchus grapes. A blend of de-stemmed and whole bunch pressed grapes, some cold macerated overnight. Cool fermentation for 2 weeks at 12°C, this wine was bottled 1st March 2017.
Excellent with fish or chicken and a great alternative to Sauvignon Blanc.
Pinot Rosé 2016
A gold medal winner at the UK Wine Awards 2017. Tasting note: Deliciously crisp with an abundance of strawberry and raspberry fruits. Food pairing: An ideal aperitif or delicious with salads and Mediterranean cuisine.
Technical notes: The Pinot Noir grapes were harvested early, crushed and de-stemmed then left to macerate for 4 hours. The skins were then separated, juice settled and racked off. Fermented at 11° C. Bottled 2nd March 2017.
Culver Hill 2016
Bronze medal winner at the UK Wine Awards 2017. Tasting note: This delicious dry white wine is an intriguing blend of citrus and melon with a delicate hint of minerality. Food pairing: A perfect accompaniment for classic fish and chips, vegetable tarts and chicken dishes.
Technical notes: A blend of 51% Bacchus, 34% Seyval Blanc and 15% Ortega. The Bacchus and Seyval Blanc were whole bunch pressed. The Ortega was barrel fermented.Bottled 2nd March 2017.
A distinctive year, a crisp and aromatic dry white, finely accentuating the delicate herbaceous nose with subtle hints of citrus fruits and a zesty grapefruit finish.
Perfect with shellfish, pasta or creamy cheeses. Try instead of a Southern French Sauvignon Blanc.
Regent Rosé 2015 **VERY LIMITED STOCK**
This delicious off-dry, well balanced Rosé wine from our 2015 harvest is made from a blend of Regent and Pinot grape varieties. Bursting with ripe berries on the nose, this wine has an abundance of strawberry, raspberry, redcurrant and passion fruit flavours.
Excellent as an aperitif or a perfect accompaniment to barbecued or roasted meats.
Quintessentially English: from grapes grown on the fields where cloth from local mills was hung out to dry on 'tenterhooks'. Highly aromatic, this blend of Seyval Blanc and Madeleine Angevine grapes has ripe peach, pear and floral notes on the nose with an abundance of pear, rose and lemon on the palate leading to a dry finish.
Excellent with roast pork, apple crumble or smoked cheeses. In a class of it's own.