We added this wine to our portfolio last September and whenever we have on tasting it has been a real hit! So if you’re looking for something different.. this might be just for you.
I was delighted to meet the winemaker at a trade tasting in Manchester this year. We got to taste a larger range of his wines, so do keep an eye out for his Chardonnay Battonage and Pinot Monopole 777 (named after the Dyjon grape clone).
Clear and bright pale yellow in colour, the nose displays stone fruit and lemon sherbert characters. The palate is zesty with delicious fleshy nectarine fruit underpinned with good acidity and minerality. Aged in large French and Hungarian oak barrels for 6 months, which add extra texture and weight. 13.5% vol.