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  • A deep, amber-gold in appearance, with a heady nose of cocoa powder, allspice & toasted hazelnut. Gently nutty & textural on the palate with multiple layers of flavour including Seville orange marmalade, praline and red apple.
  • 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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    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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    Pinot Noir grapes undergo a pre-fermentation soak. Then, a slow pressing creates a full rose hue – as well as outstanding aroma and flavour. 10%-20% of Chardonnay perfects the colour, and adds an elegant vivacity. Released in autumn two years after the vintage.
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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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    A great wine is brighter and pinker than the pale Roses from Provence. The nose shows summer red fruits and the palate is nicely rounded with Bride Valley’s refreshing natural acidity on the finish.
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    Produced using the classic Champagne grapes from an ampitheatre like vineyard overlooking Litton Cheney in West Dorset. England's first go at cremant, this wine is well balanced with flavours of whipped cream, cashew, green apple, pear, light nectarine and peach, lemon, lime. Creamy mouthfeel, aggressive but pleasant acid.
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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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