Devon & Cornwall Case
Sandy toes, sea spray & hidden vine rows.
Hidden away in the South West of England, Devon and Cornwall are the often overlooked wine producing counties, but we have not forgotten about them! In fact, it's where some of our best wines come from.
Typically the vineyards in Devon and Cornwall are often smaller than in the traditional regions of the south east but wow they produce some seriously good wines. So good we just had to make a case dedicated to them.
Let's kick off with some delicious Cornish Fizz, because why not. So good is Camel Valley Brut that BA serve it to their first class passengers. Luckily we don't need an overpriced air ticket to enjoy this one and thank goodness; it's wonderful and fully deserves your attention.
For the whites, first up is the Sharpham Dart Valley Reserve. This fresh and fruity and we recommend keeping a bottle in the fridge at all times such is the ease which this can be enjoyed. Then the Lyme Bay Shoreline. A Bacchus blend and is now the favourite wine of the CEO’s wife, ousting the previous favourite - Cloudy Bay from New Zealand.
We've included a cheeky rosé from Camel Valley as featured on Saturday Kitchen where it was described as sipping a raspberry patch and we couldn't agree more. This wine will transport you back to a warm summer's day no matter the season.
For the reds, we've chosen the Sharpham Pinot Noir - another team favourite. A great example of a cool climate red wine, packed with juicy red berry flavours. The second red wine, Trevibban Mill Black Ram, is a blend of two lesser known grape varieties but try this one with white chocolate.... bliss!
So immerse yourself in South West wines from the best producers we've discovered in Devon & Cornwall. May more follow! Enjoy!
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