The second of the two English white wines I tried this week. This Bacchus wine from the East of England is described as dry, but is so fruity it comes across as off dry. It has an incredibly pale colour with a light to medium scent of lychee, pineapple and grapefruit. You barely notice the acidity, though it is there, making it smooth and very easy to drink.
It is full of fruity flavour: lychee and gooseberry and has has a light body followed by a medium finish, which makes it quite a refreshing summer drink.
I quite enjoyed this wine as a summer tipple.
|Name:||Tuffon Hall Amelie|
|Quality Classification:||Non Applicable|