What's in the case?
This case includes three lovely still wines from three of the south eastern counties.
Kent – Biddenden Ortega
This wine is semi-aromatic on the nose, and displays appealing fresh aromas of green apple, grapefruit, cut grass and flora, whilst the palate is medium bodied, crisp, characterful and deliciously fruity. Delicious when served as an aperitif, this refreshing white would also pair well with lightly spicy dishes and simple seafood.
Sussex – Stopham Bacchus
This delightful wine is floral on the nose with orange peel and grapefruit on the palate. It has moderate acidity with a touch of sweetness making it easy to drink as an aperitif.
Kent – Meophams Rose
An expressive wine, packed with aromas of rosehip, red cherries and fresh raspberries. Rose gold in colour, it has flavours of delicate strawberry and summer berries. This rose would be perfectly suited to pair with fresh goats cheese salads and summer picnics.