England

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  • Wine
    Refreshingly modern medium-dry sparkling cider, crafted from Dorset apples.
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    This is an excellent wine showing great winemaking skill. 86% Bacchus, 14% Chardonnay, matured in American Oak for seven months. An elderflower and vanilla nose with a broad yet fresh palate of citrus and wood.
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    This is a 100% Bacchus, made from only first run juice and cool fermented. It is crisp and dry with delicate aromas of elderflower and a fresh citrus palate.
  • Wine
    Christmas Spirit was created at our kitchen table using an assortment of winter fruits and spices: brown sugar, cloves, currants, figs , raisins, orange zest, lemon zest, cinnamon and vanilla.
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    Black Cow Vodka is the worlds only pure milk vodka. Produced locally in Dorset it is made entirely from the whey that has been separated from the curds that are used to make their local cheddar. This rare and unusual vodka is triple filtered and pure with a unique soft and creamy texture.
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    A stunning sparkling from the Bride Valley in the heart of Dorset. 100% Chardonnay, fresh zesty citrus and apple fruit with a n elegant fizz.
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    Pale lemon-yellow in colour, with persistent tiny bubbles, elegantly lifted fruit and a textured dry finish. The ripe fruit gives it a full-bodied quality.
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    Nose showing some florally and white summer fruits, more depth of fruit than expected on the palate, attractively open for a very cool climate and the Granny Smith acidity refreshes the finish, definitely “Burgundian” with a good year or two in front of it.
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    Lovely expression of red summer fruits on the nose with Pinot Noir precision and purity on the palate, light in texture with fruit dominant and smoothness and more depth to come, a hint of new American oak well blended in to add some structure on the finish
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    his great aperitif and food rosé is brighter and pinker than the fashionably pale rosés from Provence. The nose shows summer red fruits and the palate is nicely rounded with Bride Valley’s refreshing natural acidity on the finish.