Tamlyn Currin tasted both of our wines and wrote what we can only say is a phenomenal review. Take a read:
Our 2020 Bacchus
"A rather elegant Bacchus. Not catty and stridently waspish, as Bacchus so often is. This has rather pretty peachy fruit, spring-like hedgerow florals, a cuspate line of green gooseberry and a mouth-wateringly taut, dry finish. There is a tiny tingle of spritz that buzzes the tongue and draws an electric current of liveliness. Up there with the best English Bacchus labels on the market today. Well done, Ben! I'm looking forward to tasting a Bacchus made with their own sustainably grown grapes."
Our 2020 Pinot Blanc
"Delicately spicy on the nose (it reminds me of dukkah - coriander, hazelnuts, cumin, caraway - made with dried lemon peel), but also quite creamily tropical and rich; custard apple and papaya. Elliptical curves of fruit on a fine lime-green outline. I taste this and still keep thinking of dukkah - it's that lovely mingle of nuttiness, citrus ping and warm spices that lifts and lingers, like the haze of spice dust caught in the soft evening sunlight over ripe mounds of pale golden fruit. If I was tasting this blind, I'd guess it was a Pinot Blanc made by one of the really good German estates. It's impressive."
We have a feeling she might be a fan, what do you think?