Bacchus is the prized grape for still wine in England. Some say if you like Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc you will love this.
The Winery by Laneberg Wine Bacchus 2018
“I am thrilled to discover this Gateshead winery. Gateshead? Yes!!!
Urban wineries which buy grapes wherever they want but make the wine in cities are becoming big in Britain. Scented, lemon-streaked Bacchus from Leicestershire, made in Gateshead? England at its best!”
Oz Clarke, Three Wine Men
The Winery by Laneberg Wine
Vinified at the The Winery by Laneberg Wine - Team Valley Gateshead.
The Bacchus is dry, it is bursting with elderflower aroma and peach and green apple flavours. It is dry and has complex fruity notes and a lovely zesty length.
IWSC Bronze Medal Winner 2019 – 87 Points
Judges comments: “Juicy conference pear with grapefruit tang perfumes, zesty and lively in the mouth, good purity and length.”
Wine GB Bronze Medal 2019
Mercian Vineyard Association Bronze Medal 2019
From Walton Brook Vineyard, Leicestershire
Grape juice - Oe 85, pH 3.3, TA 7.5.
Crushed and destemmed, then pressed in hydraulic basket press. Macerating enzyme added during pressing to maximise skin characteristics, particularly elderflower aroma. Fermented with Laffort X5 yeast, to express fruit flavours from thiols at 16°C Fermentation took 12 days.
It was racked three times to settle out the yeast lees and filtered and bottled on 8th February 2019.
Final TA 7.3g/l and pH 3.16
Residual sugar 6.1g/l - dry
Final alc. 12%
Contains sulphites at 19mg/l free sulphur dioxide
No animal products are used in production.
12% Alcohol by volume.