Featured in The Independent…
“So, what do they taste like? If good wine is an expression of its terroir, then some English wines do that, encapsulating our countryside in a glass. Start with scents of hay, blossom, wild flowers and cut grass and flavours of elderflower, apples and pears for the whites and strawberries, raspberries, honey and fresh bread for reds and you are just some of the way there.
Camel Valley 'Cornwall' Pinot Noir Rosé Brut 2010
Proof that great sparkling wine can be made outside the chalky slopes of south-east England, Camel Valley Pinot Rosé has scooped international awards galore while this latest vintage was voted best British sparkler in a tasting of 90 wines. Gorgeous scents of strawberries and raspberries, lovely freshness on the palate and a rich finish. Try with summer puddings
Camel Valley Darnibole 2010
A single-vineyard wine from Bacchus grapes given the Cornish field name. Camel Valley's garlanded wine-maker Sam Lindo, son of the estate's founder, has created a crisp, dry wine, with lemon, nettle and gooseberry flavours, very similar to a Loire white. Served at Nathan Outlaw's Michelin-starred restaurant in Rock, Cornwall, and absolutely perfect with any shellfish or crustacean”
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