Devon, England

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    Bacchus at it's very best! A real star from Lyme Bay Winery and a shining example of how well Bacchus grows in Devon. The grapes are harvested early for maximum freshness with 4 months aging on lees.
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    A delightful Rosé made from pinot noir, pinot précose, and dornfelder grapes. Light, juicy and balanced, Shoreline Rosé is an excellent food wine. Best served lightly chilled.
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    A great sparkling wine from Lyme Bay made from 100% Seyval Blanc using the traditional Champagne method production.
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    Bursting with bright citrus aromas of blood orange, mandarin and kumquat on the nose. The palate has fresh, bitter citrus flavours, layered with the floral notes of rosehip and bergamot citrus, earthy herbal undertones of rosemary and complex layers of olive throughout. The finish is bitter and dry with woody notes from quassia, balanced with herbaceous rosemary, lingering citrus, and a slightly savoury undertone olive shining through until the end.
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    A delicate combination of floral elderflower and fresh pine with a hint of berry sweetness and herbaceous dill on the nose. Sweet yet complex berry flavours on the palate with a faint hint of salinity from kelp and samphire. Floral notes from elderflower and resinous pine provide a full spectrum of flavour. The finish is long and lingering with sweetness making way for elderberry tartness, dryness from sage and pine and lasting sense of the sea from the subtle flavours of kelp.
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    Devon produces top quality, traditional method sparkling Rose due to the quality of the Pinot Noir grown here, Lyme Bay Winery is at the top of their game with this one. A classy rosé boasting a bright, fruit-driven palate with a richness of honey and hints of brioche and almond.
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    Salcombe Gin is produced in a 450 litre Arnold Holstein still charmingly named Provident, and made with thirteen botanicals including Macedonian juniper, fresh lemon, lime and red grapefruit peels, cardamom, liquorice, cinnamon bark, chamomile, coriander seeds and cubeb berries. The inspiration for the gin comes from the Salcombe 'fruiters' that brought exotic fruit into Devon from the Azores, West Indies and Mediterranean in the 19th century. Water sourced from Dartmoor is used to bring it down to 44%.
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    Lugger Golden Rum is a gorgeous sipping rum, many years in the making, and boy is it worth the wait. A carefully considered blend of 8 Year Old Barbados Rum, 8YO Dominican Republic Rum, 8YO Venezuela Rum and 8YO Panama Rum.