Produced from the oldest Bacchus vines in the UK, this wine is a consistent national award-winner and our Bestseller. Appealing fruit notes mingle with floral aromas and dashes of light citrus hints. The palate is off-dry with a mouth-filling and lingering finish of luscious soft fruits. Subtle acidity is balanced with ripe fruit flavours, creating a wine with poise and a zesty finish. Perfect as a refreshing aperitif.
Established in 1969 by the Greenwood Family, New Hall is one of the oldest family-run vineyards in England. Situated in Purleigh, this 100 acre vineyard is notoriously dry and temperate, perfect for a long-growing season and facilitating optimum ripeness for the best quality fruit. This site has been growing vines since 1170, as recorded in the All Saints Parish records. Wine produced at this site was even commissioned by King John to drink during the sealing of the Magna Carter. New Hall Vineyard was awarded the notorious United Kingdom Vineyard Association’s UK Winemaker of the Year Trophy in 2013, 2015 and 2016, firmly placing itself as one of England’s best-loved vineyards.
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This article was published on 13th March 2017 so certain details may not be up to date.