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  1. 2016 Shoreline, Lyme Bay

    Shoreline combines many of the qualities that make Lyme Bay Winery so special; a crisp and refreshing wine made to match the fine seafood caught all along the Lyme Bay coastline.The combination of Bacchus, Pinot Noir, Reichensteiner and Seyval Blanc results in a wine with plenty of lemon and tropical citrus, supported by elegant floral notes of nettle, rose and lychee and fantastic structure. Grown, picked, pressed and fermented with the upmost care and attention to detail, the wines are then expertly blended to optimum proportions.

  2. 2015 Pinot Noir Rosé, Lyme Bay

    A serious Rosé made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes. This wine is a single-vineyard designated bottling and its complex aromas of cherries, rosehip, strawberries and cream, and tight acidity and length, make it a great food wine.

  3. A strong tonic wine which was invented by monks who created it using herbs and caffeine.

  4. 2015 Sandbar Bacchus, Lyme Bay

    Sandbar is made from 100% Bacchus grapes, arguably the Flagship variety for English still wines. Whilst it has Riesling in its lineage, most would say Bacchus expresses itself more similarly to Sauvignon Blanc, but with its own unique qualities. Thanks to England''s cool maritime climate and long growing season, Lyme Bay''s Sandbar shows fresh and bright acidity with a complex and pronounced delivery of grapefruit, guava, box wood, and a hint of blackcurrant.

  5. 2014 Brut Reserve, Lyme Bay

    Seyval Blanc grapes are used to create a bright, fruit forward and elegant, yet approachable English sparkling wine. Secondary fermentation in bottle under the Traditional Method process provides structure to the mid-palate and detail to the body of the wine without overpowering the delicate crisp citrus fruit. Pronounced notes of lemon and Granny Smith apple stand out amongst a vibrant and delicate mousse with a clean finish. The date of disgorgement is hand-written on every bottle.

  6. 2013 Rose, Court Garden

    Very pale peach hue, frothy; dried cranberry, autolytic; nicely defined red fruit flavours, lively acidity balancing creamy mousse and good weight, nicely balanced, savoury finish with a lovely brioche character.

  7. 2013 Blanc de Blanc, Court Garden

    The International Wine Challenge judges described our 2011 Blanc de Blancs as Gentle and elegant style. Sliced green apples and gala melon. Fine boned with persistent chalky length.

  8. 2010 Blanc de Noirs, Court Garden

    Silver lime-leaf green, fine fizz; good yeast autolysis and green fruit with lemon grass accent; lovely delicate style with good balance between acidity and dosage. Nicely defined mid-palate with rich flavour, clean and crisp finish.

  9. 2010 Ditchling Reserve, Court Garden

    Straw hue, delicate well-structured mouse, good balance between acidity and dosage, rich flavoured mid palate, clean and round finish.

  10. 2011 Hattingley Valley Blanc de Blanc, Hattingley Valley

    The 2011 vintage was a stunning example of what can be achieved in England. The Chardonnay grapes were harvested between the second and third weeks of October with a good sugar:acidity ratio. The record breaking temperatures in October (up to 29°C) coupled with plenty of sunshine, contributed to exceptionally ripe fruit and some wonderful wines.
    This wine has a lovely deep gold colour with a green hue and a fine mousse. The nose has delicate white fruit that gives way to a rich toasty and honeyed charm. The palate is beautifully balanced and complex – ripe apples with a crisp yet soft acidity that is balanced by a hint of oak influence. A rich and rounded mouth-feel and long finish. It has great ageing potential.

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