We produce an
interesting range of organic wines, mead and cider. These cover a
wide spectrum of tastes, with something to suit every palate, from our dry
English grape wine, through an exciting variety of fruit wines, to our
mellow mead. Here are some suggestions:
To accompany savoury food such as fish,
seafood, white meat or vegetarian cuisine, the Dry White Table Wine
is recommended, although you could also use the Dry Gooseberry, Folly or
Our full-bodied Dry Elderberry Wine is a
perfect substitute for a red grape wine.
The perfect complement to spicy food, like
curry, is our Dry Cider.
To accompany a fruit-based dessert, the
Raspberry or Tayberry Wines would be a natural choice.
As an aperitif or party wine the Plum or
Red Gooseberry are recommended.
A long drink or spritzer can be made by
adding ice and/or soda water to the Plum, Raspberry or Tayberry
As an after-dinner drink, (especially at
Christmas), the Ginger Wine or Mead come into their own. Both are
delicious with biscuits or cake and both make a welcoming winter drink or
Our new Raspberry Liqueur makes an
irresistible after-dinner tipple. It can also be incorporated into
desserts or mixed with sparkling wine to make Kir Royale.
All our products are vegetarian and all
but the mead are vegan. All our wines can be drunk young. There is
no benefit in keeping them to mature. However, if you do want to store
them, they will keep better in a cool place. For more detail on individual
products, click the appropriate headings below.
All our products are grown and made to
Soil Association Organic Standards,* which are the longest established
and are the benchmark for organic standards within the UK and
worldwide. The Soil Association Organic Standards are based
principles of organic
building and maintaining soil
encouraging biodiversity and
highest standards of animal
exclusion of synthetic sprays and
minimising the use of artificial
ingredients and methods in processing and
When you buy and consume our
organic products, you are not only reducing health risks to yourself, but you
are also encouraging sustainable agriculture and benefitting the countryside and
the rural economy.
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