Nutbourne Hedgerow 2013

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  • £14.50
  • 12%
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Perhaps my favourite of the still wines from Nutbourne, this is a late harvest Bacchus / Schönburger blend.

Nose is really vibrant with an aromatic mix of elderflower, mango, floral and citrus character.

Crisp bite initially on the palate, great acidity but with a much rounder off-dry fruity mid taste with flavours of apple and hints of sweet ripe mango. There are also notes of rose water and (as the name would suggest) hedgerow/berry leaf too.

A delicious wine, lively and full in flavour with a sweeter fruit streak running through it all.
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