When it comes to English white wine, it seems that the only way is Essex.
It was English wine week last week so many newspaper columns and blogs were focused on home-grown wines, and two notable columns carried reviews of New Hall’s Bacchus Reserve.
It was reviewed in the Manchester Evening News and the Independent On Sunday. The MEN described it as “an ideal picnic wine with appley aromas and a citrussy palate” while the Indie had it down as “crisp, light and ethereal, with delicate grassy and elderflower flavours, with hints of lime and green apples. A lovely aperitif.”
Read the full Independent On Sunday article on English wines HERE.