The Bride Valley Rose is a fabulous aperitif and food wine. It is brighter and pinker than the pale Rosés from Provence. The nose shows summer red fruits and the palate is nicely rounded with Bride Valley’s refreshing natural acidity on the finish.
The Bride Valley Rose has received a Bronze Medal at the WineGB Awards 2020, judged by Oz Clarke, Susie Barrie MW, and Rebecca Palmer MW.
Bride Valley has been a pioneer in the English wine industry. It all started after a celebrated career in wine for Steven – and he was inspired by the chalky, south-facing slopes of his wife Bella’s Dorset sheep farm. In 2008, he and Bella went to Burgundy’s famous Pepinieres Guillaume vine nursery, where they selected the finest Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier root stocks. In 2011, the first Bride Valley harvest was picked. It sold out on release in 2014! There are now 10 hectares under cultivation, producing three elegantly sparkling English wines in the heart of Dorset’s breathtaking Bride Valley.
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