Bacchus is the third most planted grape in England and this award-winning wine brilliantly exemplifies how England's still wines can compete the greats of the continent. This is a fresh and elegant gastronomic wine that would make an excellent alternative to Sauvignon Blanc.
Fresh grapefruit nose with guava, boxwood and elderflower notes and a crisp balanced acidity.
Seasonal Greens & Seafood & Chicken
Wine Type White Wine
Style Aromatic Whites
Region England, South West
Grower Name Lyme Bay
Grape Variety Bacchus
Closure Screw Cap
From the maritime region of East Devon, Lyme Bay winery enjoys a temperate climate and a long, warm growing season, affording the grapes exceptional depth and expression of character. In 2010 26,000 vines were planted and their first harvest was in Autumn 2014. Their selection of still and sparkling wines instantly achieved critical acclaim, winning top honours year after year… Read MoreView More Wines By Lyme Bay
England, South West
The south-west of England has long been an important part of the story of English wine-making - grapes have been cultivated here as far back as the 8th century. The region, like many English vineyard areas, is particularly cool and lies at the northernmost latitude of the global vineyard. Mostly white and sparkling wines are produced, with a small percentage of reds also… Read MoreView More Wines From England, South West