Vines were first planted at Nutbourne in 1980 by one of the early pioneers of wine grape growing in this country. Since 1991 it has been owned, managed and expanded by the Gladwin family. The “Terroir” at Nutbourne is a unique and ideal wine growing environment – a warm microclimate protected by the South Downs, gentle south-facing slopes and the same fertile green sand soil as the Champagne region in France. There are 26 acres under vine.
Natural yeast ferment only, wild strawberries and a delicate mousse£19.99 Add to Basket
Delicate and floral, packed with green fruits and nettles, very English£12.99 Add to Basket
Citrus flavours, dry and appley with a lasting finish£14.99 Add to Basket
A medium-dry white wine with an abundance of hedgerow fruit£14.99 Add to Basket
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