The award-winning, flagship wine of the Hush Heath Estate. 2016 was an excellent year, with good sugars and perfect acidity. Grapes for this single vineyard wine were hand-picked from in October from Hush Heath’s Oast House Meadow (planted in 2002). This wine undergoes a secondary fermentation in the bottle, followed by a minimum of 31 months ageing on the lees. Appearance: The palest of pinks, with a fine, sustained bead. Nose: Clean and fresh with notes of wild strawberry, lime and redcurrant. Palate: Typically vibrant English acidity combines with ripe orchard and summer berry fruits. A wonderfully long and refreshing finish.
Hidden deep in the Garden of England, the Estate comprises 400 acres of perfectly manicured vineyards, apple orchards and ancient oak woodlands rich with wildlife, flora and fauna. Hush Heath is the o...Browse Wines
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