Guest blog: Sharpham Wine

At Sharpham we are constantly working to improve and to consistently produce wine that show off our unique vineyard site in South Devon. This means respecting the land in order to grow the best fruit and then to retain the quality with careful winemaking in the winery. As a result of this we have just been awarded with a gold medal at the Sommelier Wine Awards for our Dart Valley Reserve 2017 which has been loyally listed at Harry’s for many years.
This fruit driven white wine is a blend of predominantly Madeleine Angevine and a touch of Bacchus. It offers ripe fruit characteristics of peach and gooseberry and is well balanced with a soft acidity lending itself well to many of the great local seafood dishes. It is also a great pairing with our rich and full flavoured Jersey milk cheeses with that ripe acidity cutting through creamy flavours of the cheese.
A wine we’re so excited about is our new Pinot Noir red from 2018 which really does capture that amazing summer in the glass and shows a lot of promise for English red winemaking.

As a result of this we have just been awarded with a gold medal at the Sommelier Wine Awards for our Dart Valley Reserve 2017 which has been loyally listed at Harry’s for many years