Hand picked fruit from the oldest Bacchus and Schonburger vines in England at New Hall Vineyards has been carefully whole bunch pressed and aged in chestnut barrels to produce a rich and sweet luscious digestif in an elegant 375ml bottle. Both nose and palate abound with ripe apricot, melon and peach, together with honey and a hint of mango, lifted by the floral elderflower notes of the Bacchus element.
New Hall was one of the pioneers that re-started the English wine industry in the second half of the twentieth century. In 1969 the first vines were planted at New Hall Farm by Bill and Sheila Greenwood: 850 Reichensteiner vines were purchased at auction at the cost of 23p each. New Hall continued to expand and innovate over the next 50 years, and, with significant recent investment in the vineyards and winery, are in the form of their lives.
Located in the heart of rural Essex, New Hall Vineyards is a family run English Wine Producer with over 100 acres of vines. Established in 1969, New Hall Vineyards is renowned in East Anglia for its a...Browse Wines
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