£18.00 – £102.00
Clear, light gold in colour, fruity with a hint of yeast on the nose. On the palate flavours of Gooseberry, Grapefruit and honey. Moderate length, dry on the finish. Pair with pasta dishes or light cheeses and charcuterie. This wine is made by pressing the Solaris grapes lightly followed by cool fermentation in order to capture the early ripening aromatics of the grape. Order 6 or more bottles for free UK delivery.
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Solaris 85%, Schoneberger 15%
Hand picked, milled, destemmed, pressed, concurrent malolactic undertaken, bentonite fining, cold stabilisation, bottled within 6 months of picking.
Chet Valley Winery
Fourth-generation farmer’s son, John, also a qualified Chemist planted this plot in 2015 and built a new state-of-the-art winery in 2020. This wine is the first from these vines and the first to be produced in the new winery
Gentle undulation with East-West vine row direction allowing slow ripening. The land has some frost pockets is well-draining sandy loam changing to boulder clay (clay with chalk chip) at 1.4 metres depth. Can suffer from drought stress and nutrient leaching.
Maritime, westerly wind, rain shadow of Atlantic damp air where the rain has fallen on the west country giving East Anglia more sunshine hours and leas rain than the rest of the country. Top temp. 35C lowest temp.-5C
Double Guyot Vertical Cane positioning although sometimes spur pruning undertaken. Vines 10 years old
The first week in October
Bottled within 6 months of picking to capture fresh fruit flavors. Inspired by the early ripening Solaris grape that gives mature fruit flavors.
Light straw in colour, Citrus, floral notes, dry. Serve 11C
Grilled fish, prawns, roast chicken
The Wine Guild, the successor to Chet Valley’s highly successful wine club, is a project close to the hearts of vineyard owners, John and Bridget. Designed with our most involved customers in mind, this exclusive membership offers the opportunity to get closer to Chet Valley and our processes. As a member, you’ll be invited to experience the vineyard’s permaculture first hand, meaning you’ll learn more about vine growing and winemaking.
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9 months ago via Google
Lovely afternoon touring and learning about the vineyards and tasting the wines with locally produced nibbles. John is an excellent host and passes on technical information easily. A delightful way to celebrate a 60th birthday with a family group and even better being able to cycle through beautiful lanes in the sun to get there .
5 months ago via Google
Fantastic and certainly well worth a visit. John explained every aspect from the vineyard to the production of the wine making. Thank you so much for a very enjoyable experience.
8 months ago via Google
John was great the vineyard itself is lovely. Very informative. No pressure to buy anything after. A very relaxed and lovely day, we had blazing hot sunshine also which made it that even more special. Great work guys!
4 months ago via Google
Very knowledgeable info about the history, vines,wines and nice tour with tasting and nbbes. Lovely sparkling wines.....
6 months ago via Google
We had a wonderful day at Chet Valley! We hired the venue for a family party and enjoyed food and wine on the balcony overlooking the beautiful vineyard scenery. We particularly enjoyed the Horatio Rose Brut which was very refreshing on a hot summers day. We had an excellent tour of the vineyard with the owner, John who was very knowledgeable about not only the vines and the wine but also the local area and all things nature related. He was also very good with the children in our party. I’d highly recommend Chet Valley Wine and also Chet Valley as a venue to hire.
5 months ago via Google
Don't be deceived by the sunny photo below! A friend and I joined a Chet Valley vineyard tour earlier this year, and despite pandemic restrictions and a torrential downpour that even included hail at one point, John managed to pull off an engaging and fun event. It would appear nothing can dampen his enthusiasm. 😉 Chet Valley has a surprisingly wide range of wines of good quality. So if you are in or around Norfolk - or want an excuse to be - I highly recommend paying them a visit. (Warning: you will probably want to purchase a few bottles too...)
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