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Breaky Bottom Vineyard

Peter Hall planted his vineyard at Breaky Bottom in 1974 at a time when there were only a dozen or so growers in the whole country. He had come to realise that there was a good potential for grape growing and wine making  in the UK where the climate is very similar to that of the near continent (The Loire, Champagne and much of Germany). Modern plant breeding and selection meant that early ripening varieties were becoming available and the demand for clean, elegant cool-climate wines was growing.

Address: 

Lewes BN7 3EX
Phone: 01273 476 427
East Sussex

Hectares: 

2.43 :

Website: 

Wine Type: 

Sparkling white
Sparkling rose
Vegan

Facilities: 

Visit by apppointment only
Winery

Grape Varieties: 

Seyval Blanc
Chardonnay
Pinot Meunier
Pinot Noir

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Breaky Bottom Vineyard

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