Fruit is sourced from blocks 2 and 4 of the Elms vineyard. Fermentation is stopped early to produce a wine with 8.5% alcohol and a hint of residual sweetness. Acidity is skillfully retained to ensure the wine retains freshness and purity.
“Aromas of lychee and bright tropical fruit abound on the nose supported with ginger and cardamom. The palate leads with a mouth coating sweetness that’s immediately tempered by luxurious fruit and a vibrant acidity. A classically balanced wine of sweet fruit journeying to a well-proportioned mouth-watering freshness. The crisp and zesty finish offers a surprisingly drying sensation.” – Felton Road