Priors Dean Vineyard

Set high in the lovely Hampshire countryside, with a superb view over three counties, this must be a strong contender for the most beautiful vineyard in England.

The 1.5-acre site is on a steep south slope that catches the sun and the soil is light loam over chalk, not unlike that in Champagne, making it particularly suited to the production of fine white wines. 

The three grape varieties - Bacchus, Madeleine Angevine and Seyval Blanc- are blended to produce a wine in the modern English style, which is crisp and fruity - reminiscent of gooseberries and fresh English apples.

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