The vineyard is situated next to Box Hill and near the iconic stepping stones, which the wines are named after, and were destroyed during WWll as a secuity measure. The wine displays sweet orange zest character with a racey lime and long finish.
Denbies estate covers 635 acres, including some 400 acres, which are not given over to vine growing. Working with Surrey Wildlife Trust means the estate is thriving with birds, bees and bats. Denbies is the first vineyard member of the Bat Conservation Trust. The wine is pale salmon-pink in colour with a fruity strawberry aroma. On the palate, the wine displays red forest fruits character with a l…
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