New Hall Vineyards Bacchus Reserve is a crisp, aromatic wine made from the Bacchus grape, grown in the Essex countryside. It shows lime, apple and nettle aromas on the nose, with a citrus and attractive flinty, mineral palate.
Brilliant salmon rose pink. Summery gently strawberry notes with a soft mouth structure. The acidity opens out to lift the fruit to deliver a rosé of depth, structure and finesse. Really appealing and so pure - perfect for all occasions.
Admired for their elegance and characteristic honeydew melon and peach notes, Ortega and Siegerrebe contribute intense aromatic complexity, while Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris imbue the blend with a crisp, mineral and distinctive finish.
Showing all the hallmarks of a classic Bacchus with delicate aromas of elderﬂower, gooseberry and English hedgerow characters. Beautifully balanced, it delights the palate with mineral notes through to a long ﬁnish that draws out sweet pineapple and grapefruit.
Reminiscent of old-world Pinot Noir, the Nightjar shows elements of sour and black cherries, blackcurrant with delicate hints of violet. It marries ripe fruit with sweet spice and black pepper while refined tannins lend structure through to a long, savoury finish.
A fine and elegant Chardonnay with citrus and honeydew melon aromas enhanced by subtle toffee and toasted almond nuances. Textured on the palate, the refreshing citrus and tropical flavours are underlined by a smoky, flint character and it finishes on a delicious saline note.
A soothing and perfectly balanced Pinot Noir with seamlessly integrated notes of leather, spice and chocolate framing a core of fresh plum. Soft tannins and juicy red cherry on the palate with a smooth and creamy finish.
Refined, creamy sparkling wine that offers a brilliant balance between chalky, fruity/floral and yeasty, bready notes. The mousse is extremely fine and the palate dry without being austere. With impressive richness on the finish, this is one of England’s most complete traditional method wines.
This textured fizz is buzzing with elderflower, citrus and white pepper notes through to waxy lemon palate with streamlined minerality. Made using the traditional method but without disgorgement, resulting in a delicate cloudiness in the bottle.
An elegant and complex expression of the exceptional chalky terroir from which it hails, it has delicious notes of grapefruit, lemon zest, orange blossom and crushed oyster shells complemented by a racy acidity.
A supremely elegant rosé, with a subtle flavour of summer berries. Notes of freshly baked bread and spice overlay a core of tangy acidity, enveloped within a creamy, textured palate that shows exceptional freshness.
A classic blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with a trace of Pinot Meunier, the 'The Trouble with Dreams' Sugrue Pierre Brut boasts great purity and elegance. Lemon and apple aromas are followed by a palate of delicate stone fruit and crisp acidity.