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Chapel Down Flint Dry
Chapel Down Flint Dry
Chapel Down Flint Dry
Chapel Down Flint Dry

Chapel Down Flint Dry

Great wine to serve with seafood or white meat
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This well-crafted blend of Chardonnay and other local varieties is made at the Chapel Down Winery in Tenterden. Characterised by crisp aromas of ripe apple, grass and citrus zest, it is fresh and floral on the palate with a flinty, mineral character.

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Dry
  • Bin no: 015592
  • Size: 75cl
  • Alc Vol: 12.00 %vol
  • Vintage: 2019
  • Closure: Screw cap
  • Grape: Bacchus
  • Region: Kent , England
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  • stopham

    Chapel Down

    I feel very fortunate to be a winemaker in England. The industry here is still in its infancy compared to other more established regions and so with every vintage we discover more about our terroir. Josh Donaghay-Spire - Winemaker

    When Josh Donaghay-Spire first started studying wine at the WSET he was amazed by the amount of complex chemistry behind it.

    The more he learnt, the more he realised how much he didn't know. He found it very inspiring and his thirst for knowledge grew as he was getting dipper into his studies..

    As a winemaker, he believes it is fundamental to understand the vineyards and the chemistry of the fruit and wines.

    Freshness and vibrancy are key features he looks for in wines and Josh finds that English fruit really delivers on this, whether it be unique aromatic white wines, classic fizz, or a twist on a rich Chablis-esque Chardonnay.

  • stopham

    Chapel Down Flint Dry tasting note

    This wine is characterised by crisp aromas of ripe apple, grass and citrus zest. On the palate it is fresh and floral, but has a core of dense fruit and a background of creaminess from partial malolactic fermentation.

    A great alternative to aromatic white wines, such as Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio

    A versatile wine which will compliment poultry dishes or a summer salad