Cabernet Noir

(1 customer review)

£2500 £2000

Cabernet Noir 2016



THE GRAPE- 100% English Cabernet Noir grapes grown on the estate. A Swiss hybrid of Cabernet Sauvignon and an unknown variety develop by Valentin Blattner in 1991. It is a resistant to mildews so requires lower or no chemical input both in the vineyard and winery. The variety has a is a slower growing variety due to its smaller leaves and canopy development. Picked late from the single plot and beautifully clean bunches. 

APPEARANCE – Midnight dark

NOSE – Dark fruit, currants, bel pepper and vanilla.

TASTE – Like a rich American cabernet. The flavours of ripe damsons, dark fruits black and bell pepper. Potentially the fullest bodied red wine in the UK we are very proud of the production

COMPLEMENTS –Great in front of a warm fire or wholesome foods

Alcohol                     13.5%

Ph                               TBC

Residual Sugar         TBC

Sulphur                     TBC

Tartaric Acid            TBC

HOW IS IT MADE– By getting it into the winery quickly, removing the stems from the bunches and macerating for 10 days punching down the skins into the must encouraging the interaction with the skins and fermenting juices. One third is fermented and aged in barrel during malolactic and then on lees for 6 months. After it is racked and bottled

CONSUME –Now –  16-20°C

Suitable for Vegetarians

Low Sulphate Wine

SKU: 9145262719145 Categories: , Tag: Product ID: 1698


The words you thought you would never hear. A Full Bodied English Red.

Christina McQuillan – Winemaker

1 review for Cabernet Noir

  1. Barry Axford

    I tried your wine today at your Kings Cross pop-up ‘Horsebox’ and was delighted with the taste. I wish you well in this venture.

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