When ex-RAF pilot Bob Lindo and his wife Annie planted their first eight thousand vines in 1989, they never dreamed of the phenomenal success they would achieve within 2 decades. They had bought their farm in the heart of the Cornish countryside several years earlier, seeking a change from service life and the perfect place to bring up their young family, and initially farmed sheep and cattle. Many awards followed over the years, with Camel Valley wines consistently winning medals at both national and international level. Their Bacchus Dry has a unique English style in the best possible way. Characteristic aromas of hedgerows and apple orchards, bright lemon-green in colour, crisp elderflower and grapefruit flavours, medium length, good intensity, with a very fresh clean finish and a hint of sweetness. The grapes were crushed and pressed and the juice cooled to 4°C to retain the special fruit characters that are unique to grapes grown in England, then fermented in stainless steel tanks at no more than 13°C. WineGB Gold medal winner 2019.
Camel Valley has been producing award-winning, world-class wines in a beautiful corner of Cornwall since 1989. The Estate boasts an idyllic setting on sun-drenched slopes near the famous Camel River; ...Browse Wines
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