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Giffords Hall Rosé
Giffords Hall Rosé
Giffords Hall Rosé
Giffords Hall Rosé

Giffords Hall Rosé

Distinct aroma of roses, white peach and wild strawberry notes

The palate is fresh with red berry flavours and a touch of pink grapefruit. Delightful as an apéritif but also a wonderful accompaniment to fish dishes.

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Wine at a glance

Colour glass of Rose
Very Dry
  • Bin no: 410188
  • Size: 75cl
  • Alc Vol: 11.00 %vol
  • Vintage: 2020
  • Closure: Twin top
  • Grape: Madeleine Angevine
  • Region: SUFFOLK , United Kingdom
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  • stopham

    Giffords Hall

    Buying and restoring a mature vineyard was a great lifestyle change for us and an escape from the daily grind in the city. Are efforts were rewarded in 2010 with the Waitrose trophy for most outstanding rose. Linda Howard

    Giffords Hall is located just south of Bury St Edmunds an area mentioned in Tacitus as being very popular in Roman times with Legionaries because of the quality of the wine.

    In later centuries a third of the Tithe to Rome was paid in hogsheads of wine from Bury St Edmund.

    The Howard family bought Giffords Hall as an already established vineyard 12 years ago.

    The family concentrated on producing top quality fruit and became contract growers in order to learn as much as they could.

    The ultimate aim, though, was to produce very high quality boutique wines themselves and in 2009, they put their first label onto a bottle.

  • stopham

    Giffords Hall

    Howards bought Giffords at just the time when real investment and marketing expertise were starting to enter the English wine industry attracting corresponding media attention.

    Giffords Hall is happy to help other growers in East Anglia. Guy, as EAVA chair, represents the East Anglian region on the UKVA council.

    Though a commercial producer, Giffords Hall is still very much an artisan family business and has many links with the local village community and the local pub.

    Family children and their friends have always had holiday jobs through their school and university – running deliveries and manning a small winery shop and café.

    The shop is inhabited by Emily the wine cat, who enjoys visitors and is always happy to help them with their teas and coffees, but isn't quite safe around the milk jugs.