A beautiful balancing act between ripeness and freshness, this wine displays lovely lemon zest notes with ripe pears and honeydew melon, counterbalanced with flinty minerality. A unusual German grape, popularly grown in England, Schönburger is a hybrid of Pinot Noir and another grape, itself a hybrid of Chasselas and Muscat Hamburg, which typically results in an appealing, aromatic, dry white wine. 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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