What better thing to do when in the company of thirty or so accountants then to turn to a vineyard and "taste" a selection of locally grown & made english wines? Even better when there is a such a wide selection of grape varieties to sample, either as single varietals or blended. I counted sixteen different varieties, including many selected for their suitability for the English climate: Ortega, Muller Thurgau, Seyval, Schongurger, Ehrenfelser, Siegerrebe, Madeleine Angevine, Bacchus, Regner & Scheurebe (there may have been more) as well as some of the rather more well known "international" varieties commonly seen in the high street. All available for tasting in the shop or in the very pleasant grounds and for purchase at not unreasonable prices given the quality. The stars of the show for me were the champagne method wines and the Stanlake Brut, a champagne in all but geography, with the finest mousse of tiny delicate bubbles that I can remember from either side of the channel.
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