A great example of a quality English wine white and from a grape variety that is becoming regarded as the still wine varietal of England.
A crisp, refreshing highly aromatic white wine characterised by gooseberry and elderflower on the nose. The palate is fresh and zesty with flavours of nettle, kiwi and freshly cut grass leading to a crisp, dry finish.
"The Bacchus grape variety is England's answer to Sauvignon Blanc"
Whole-bunch pressing retains the aromatic purity of this wine which is fermented at cool temperatures. Blending and clarification takes place after three months on lees in tank and the wine was bottled
Chapeldown are helping lead the drive to make Bacchus the signature grape variety of England. This is their main wine from this variety and it's easy to see why they're so excited by it's potential!
Serve With: An ideal pairing to seafood, summer salads or Thai cuisine.