This finely balanced Pinot Gris has white melon and floral notes which yield to a refreshing palate of lemon sherbert and citrus rind.
In 1806 Gregory Blaxland, a farmer from Canterbury Kent, emigrated to Australia with his brother John. The journey took 220 days. En route they collected vines from the Cape of Good Hope. In 1813 Gregory, with two other explorers, found a passage across the Blue Mountains, making Australian history. From the vines he planted he became the first person to export wine from Australia to the UK, winning a silver medal for his red wine in London in 1822. In 2016 Gregory’s descendant Henry Blaxland, inspired by the pioneering family history, planted 6.25 hectares of vines on farm land on the edge of the Kent Downs overlooking Canterbury Cathedral, which has been in the family for generations.
2021 vintage reportYes this was a very challenging year. Awful summer (the dullest August in Kent since 1968) only redeemed by a decent Sept and Oct. We have 6.25 hectares unde...Browse Wines
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