Martin’s Lane Pinot Grigio

A Pinot Grigio from Essex!

One to try if you like...Italian Pinot Grigio

£20.99

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Estimated delivery by 01/11/2021

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Description

The Martin’s Lane Pinot Grigio is a fine example of this grape variety.  Pale straw in appearance and tropical fruit characters with a hint of melon to the nose.  The palate is rich, spicy and perfectly balanced. Pinot Grigio perfection!

The Martin’s Lane Pinot Grigio complements poultry, fish and pasta dishes or may be enjoyed as an aperitif.

Martin’s Lane Vineyard is situated on the River Crouch.  This particular site is unrivalled in England for growing the very finest fruit for wine production.

Since entering the market in early 2016, the wines attracted enormous interest and attention.  The wines have already been selected by many top restaurants and outlets in Essex, East Anglia and the West End of London.

The first wine releases sold out very quickly, but the range has now been expanded to offer a variety of wines all produced from fruit of exceptional ripeness. All promise to set new benchmarks for the supreme quality of wines available from this single estate vineyard.

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Additional information

Weight 1 kg

Wine at a glance

  • Size: 75cl
  • Alc Vol: 13%
  • Vintage: 2018
  • Grape: Pinot Grigio
  • Region: Essex

About the vineyard

Martin's Lane Vineyard

Martin’s Lane was established as a partnership in 2008 and is formed of a small group of families, friends and relatives, the majority of whom live in the village of Stow Maries near Maldon in Essex.

The partnership was formed to acquire an area of steep sloping meadowland on the north side of the River Crouch estuary at Stow Maries with the aim of developing the site as a vineyard.

The area owned by the partnership amounts to around 30 acres and the strategy has been to plant the whole of the hillside site as vineyard under a rolling programme, which first began in 2010.

The vineyard site is situated in a designated Special Landscape Area occupying south and west facing hillside between 20 and 55 metres above sea level with stunning views across the River Crouch estuary.

Importantly for grape production in this country the site benefits climatically through protection from the river tides against spring frosts in a corner of Essex having regularly the warmest temperatures and lowest rainfall in the United Kingdom at less than half a metre per annum.

The partnership decided upon gradual development of the vineyard to gain experience of the site and to diversify planting to cater for different types of wine both still and sparkling.

All the early indications confirm that this site in the upper Crouch estuary provides an ideal location for cultivation of the classic cool climate grape varieties. Since the first crop in 2012 the fruit has been of the very highest quality with the Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris in particular all showing outstanding results.

The founding principle of the Martin’s Lane partnership has been firmly that of producing only wines of the highest quality with the objective of raising the profile of English wine to the level of wines more familiarly seen in the world’s most important cool climate wine growing areas.

The limited release of the first Martin’s Lane wines took place in 2016 and following their success these have been expanded to a full range of single estate wines which have continued to generate a considerable customer following and extraordinarily high demand.

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This product contains sulphites

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