This delicate yet firm, silky and rich red wine is made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes hand-picked from our vineyard in October 2018. This wine is pale crimson in colour and displays Morello cherry and vanilla characters on the nose. The palate is delicate yet firm - both silky and rich with a long finish.
Chartham Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018
Chartham Vineyard, close to the historic city of Canterbury in East Kent, is owned by Dr Roz Waller and her husband Richard Goodenough and managed by Richard's son, Andy.
Vines were first planted here in 2013, in part of our family farm where soils match the terroir of the Champagne region of France.
We work with the highly respected John Worontschak and Mathieu Elzinga of Litmus Wines to turn our grapes into wine. Right from the first vintage, the quality of our wines has been recognised through awards including a Gold Medal for our first sparkling Blanc de Blancs (from chardonnay grapes harvested in 2016).