In the words of respected wine journalist Tanlyn Currin “I’d have this wine over a clanging New Zealand Sauvignon any day”. Liberty’s Bacchus is named after the vineyards’ Head Dog, and is made from grapes grown on the Foxridge vineyards, at the very top of the Hush Heath Estate.
An evolution of the English Bacchus style and from a winemaking standpoint their most complex wine to make. Wild ferments and oak are used to create layers of complexity, body and a spicy character which add a new dimension to the traditional Bacchus flavours of hedgerow and elderflower.
An intense, fresh, complex wine that is perfect for drinking on its own but wonderful also rewards matching with food. Try English asparagus, artichoke, salami, and oriental cuisine.
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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