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England

Norfolk

Bacchus

2018

Bottle / 75cl

12%

Flint Vineyards Bacchus 2018

Zippy with notes of lime and elderflower

Producer | Flint Vineyards
Country of origin |
Region | Norfolk, South East
Grape Variety |
A cross between Silvaner X Riesling and Muller-Thurgau, is the 4th most planted grape in England. Similar in style to Sauvignon Blanc, producing crisp, aromatic white wine
Vintage | 2018
Size | Bottle / 75cl
ABV | 12%
Allergens | Sulphites
Style |
A wine that is light bodied and under 12.5% alcohol with medium to high acidity and delicate primary fruity aromas. Think varietal expression, fruit purity and precision rather than emphasis on wine making i.e battonage, reduction, oak, lees contact. These are refreshing wines with wide appeal. Typical tasting note expressions are ‘crisp’, ‘fresh’, ‘zesty’, ‘cool climate’, ‘purity of fruit’, ‘lean’. In its simplest form a light bodied wine would be equivalent to ‘skimmed’ milk and a full- bodied wine equivalent to blue-top, ‘whole fat’ milk. If your preference is for lighter bodied wines, look out for these grape varieties – young Gruner Veltliner, young Riesling, Pinot Bianco/Blanc, Frappato, unaged Chardonnay, Cinsault (whites), Pinot Noir, Gamay, Kadarka (reds).

Price £16.49

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1 - 5 £16.49
6 - 11 £15.66
12+ £14.84
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Description

Bacchus grows beautifully in England, particularly East Anglia where the sunny and dry climate provides perfect conditions, developing wonderful aromas and zippy acidity. Often compared to Sauvignon Blanc, it offers greater complexity with many layers of lime, gooseberry, elderflower and cut herbs. A perfect accompaniment to seafood or a summer BBQ

Food pairing

Seared scallops, grilled vegetables, roasted white meats, fennel and other green garden herbs

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