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The Great British Vineyards Guide to Still white

Solaris White

This Solaris Dry White is delightfully smooth and crisp with a suggestion of rhubarb and citrus lime with a spicy finish.

Solaris Dry White will compliment white meat, fish and salad dishes or just

Phoenix 2010

Our still wine is made from the Phoenix grape variety.

“Superb crisp dry white wine, fruity with good Bramley apple flavours, ideal on it's own, or with chicken or fish dishes”

Sabrina 2016

An intensely fruity, mouthwatering wine. Packed full of refreshing Passionfruit, Pineapple, Lime and Lychee.

Blended from Siegerrebe and Bacchus, this is a great thirst quenching aperitif, or ideal

Bacchus 2014

A dry white wine with a big nose and deep fruit flavours such as elderflower, meadow, freshly cut grass. A big enough fruity taste to accompany cheese and strong flavoured white meat dishes.

Merope 2014

Our elegant and sophisticated Bacchus blend, whose name comes from the dramatic rocks at Trevose Head, is a very fruity, crisp dry white with enticing floral, pear and elderflower aromas.

Bacchus

The jewel in our crown. Past winner of English Wine of the Year, and in 2013 Best East Anglian Wine. A dry wine with a Sauvignon Blanc character.

Godstone Dry 2015

Godstone Dry 2015:​​9.3% alcohol by volume;​​single varietal wine made from only our own Seyval Blanc grapes, harvested by hand October 18th 2015. ​Crisp and dry with firm acidity and hints of green

Bacchus

Off-dry yet fruit driven wine with fresh tropical aromas on the nose. Golden in colour this wine has a soft, ripe fruit palate and a well balanced acidity.

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