Pinot Gris Wild Ferment
The pinot gris grapes were hand harvested in October before being removed from the stems and crushed. The juice are left to soak in contact with the skins for periods of 24 - 48 hours to extract flavour, colour and tannin, before transferring the free run juice into stainless steel the fermentation to takes place naturally, by relying upon wild yeasts.
A great pairing with aromatic Asian dishes, this classic English wine makes a fabulous accompaniment to food.
Nose: Vibrant white nectarine, peach, citrus and tangerine
Palate: Bursting with more sour stone fruit, a grippy texture from the skin contact, a taught and grapefruit-like acidity with a touch of spice on the mid palate.
75cl 11.5% ABV
For bottles with corks, be sure to store your wine horizontally in a wine rack. Keeping wine on its side helps keep the cork moist, which is key for long-term storage, as a dried out cork can cause seepage and premature aging.
While it’s not necessary to keep screw top wine bottles on their sides, horizontal storage is nevertheless an efficient way to store your wines for maximum space and easy access.
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About the producer
Sharpham Estate 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 magnificent 550-acre estate sat on the River Dart in South Devon, is home to the Sharpham Trust, a charitable foundation that has been supporting others since 1982.
At the heart of the Sharpham Trust ethos is their desire to build a more mindful, compassionate and environmentally sustainable world. They also happen to make some fabulous wines too.
The cool Devon climate provides the vines with a long growing season to gently ripen the grapes, preserving wonderful fresh aromas and flavours.