You’ll get a lot of complexity and enjoyment for your money here. Danebury’s Reserve is a skilful blend of all their grape varieties – it displays a complex combination of the fruitiness of the Madeleine Angevine, the crisp acidity of the Schonburger, the structure of the Auxerrois, all complemented by the subtle influence of the Pinot Gris. It has plenty of minerality on the finish and works well with a variety of dishes due to its complex flavour and crisp acidity. Danebury Vineyards is a privately owned estate located near Stockbridge, in the heart of Hampshire, on the paddocks of what was a famous nineteenth-century racehorse training yard. The vineyards cover seven acres of sheltered, south-facing fields on chalk and flint-stone soil. Their first vines were planted in 1988; the family has chosen to focus on limited production, following organic principles, which is reflected in the quality of the wine
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