Sharpham Bacchus



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Wonderfully aromatic: gooseberries, elderflower, flowers. Very English!

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SKU: 10761

REGION: Devon, England



VITICULTURE: Conventional

YEAR: 2014


The Sharpham House was built in 1970 by Philemon Pownell with the proceeds of the capture of The Hermione, a Spanish treasure galleon. When Maurice and Ruth Ash bought the Sharpham Estate in 1962, it was already a 100-acre farm running on Steiner principles, with cows, vines, creamery and dairy farm. As such, they control the production of their award-winning wines and cheeses from start to finish, very much in the European style. Bacchus is England's chance at a truly original varietal all for ourselves, and we do it well: clean, fresh and fruity, it's our answer to NZ Sauvignon..


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