This Pinot Noir shows wild strawberry, cherry with subtle spice on the nose.
This is followed by a palate of juicy red berries, broad tannins and gentle oaked flavours.
Drinking well now but will improve with time.
Pair with game meat, mushroom dishes or casserole.
About the vineyard
Sharpham were in the first wave of modern vineyards to get going after the demise of all commercial vineyards during World War II and have been at the heart of the industry for 37 years.
The UK has over 2,000 hectares with around 700 vineyards and 130 wineries producing an average of 5 million bottles of wine each year of internationally award winning wines.
The cool climate in the UK provides the vines with a long growing season to gently ripen the grapes, preserving wonderful fresh aromas and flavours.
At the forefront of vine growing and wine making in the UK, Sharpham is widely recognised as producing some of England’s most outstanding wines.
Sharpham wines are stylish and offer intense fruit flavours and aromas, which are made from carefully selected grape varieties grown on the sheltered slopes overlooking the River Dart.
Traditional and new world techniques are employed resulting in a range of distinctive and carefully balanced wines.
Sharpham’s spectacular awards tally includes Regional, National and International medals.
Sharpham also offer a range of vineyard tours including the Vine to Wine tour, which offers a complete insight from vineyard processes all the way through to winemaking techniques.
You will be guided through the vineyard and winery by a knowledgeable guide and will taste five wines on the way.
At the end of the tour, you can also sample two of their award-winning cheeses.
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