Three Choirs 'Coleridge Hill', Gloucestershire
- Phoenix,Madeleine Angevine
- A soft floral aroma of elderflower and nettle combined with a hint of peaches.
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- Three Choirs
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- The Three Choirs Vineyard is England's leading and most awarded single estate vineyard. Great importance is put on keeping the vines healthy rather than having to treat disease with expensive chemicals. Cool climate viticulture is fast gaining a reputation for producing good quality wines at a good price. New Zealand is leading the way, with North America, Canada and England now following. Cool climate vineyards produce grapes with good fruit character and excellent aromatics. Low temperatures mean that the flavours do not boil away in the vineyard, giving the winemaker better raw material to work with. The attraction of English wine is its delicate, fine, clean fruit flavours and every effort is made in the Three Choirs winery to maximise these qualities. The leading name in a growing area of wine production.
A soft floral aroma of elderflower and nettle combined with a hint of peaches leads to an relegant and lively crisp dry wine.
- 2009 VINTAGE: COMMENDED, IWC 2011.
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A lovely aperitif, but why not go properly English and match this to a plate of cucumber sandwiches? Potted shrimp on toast would be another suitably English accompaniment.
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