As well as being the fourth most planted grape variety in England, Bacchus is the ancient Roman name for the God of Wine. Chapel Down, based near Tenterden in Kent, is demonstrating English wine´s considerable potential. The warm summer of 2013 shines through giving intense aromas of grapefruit, gooseberries and freshly cut grass. Fresh with green apples and nettles flavours leaving a clean, crisp finish. A refreshing and interesting wine, very good as an aperitif or a partner to seafood and salads.
Style: Crisp and zesty.
Classed: 1 dry.