We are very pleased to offer a wine made from grapes grown in the Five Valleys
Bacchus is a delicious, aromatic dry white wine with a distinctive fruity bouquet and hints of elderflower coupled with refreshingly crisp finish and is made from 100% Bacchus grapes grown in three vineyards around Stroud.
This wine is a great alternative to a new world Sauvignon Blanc and pairs well with fish, chicken and creamy pasta dishes.
Bacchus is produced by Woodchester Valley Vineyard – a family owned, boutique, Cotswold Vineyard creating a selection of still white, rose and sparkling wines. The grapes are grown at three vineyard sites; The first planting took place in Amberley in 2007, then Woodchester in 2012 and Stonehouse in 2013. Woodchester Valley Vineyard currently have 45 acres under vine with a total of 60,000 vines.
Grape varieties include: Bacchus (one of the most successful varietals in England) as well as Chardonnay; Pinot Noir; Pinot Gris; Pinot Blanc; Pinot Meunier; Regent; Seyval Blanc, Ortega and Solaris.
All the grapes are hand-picked so only the very best fruit are selected for these wines.
Woodchester Valley Vineyard use a sustainable approach to viticulture, working with the soil to promote healthy vines.
Click here to order a bottle of Bacchus – and maybe some delicious Single Gloucester cheese from Godsells Farm to go with it.