Grape Varieties: 100% Bacchus

Style: Aromatic & full bodied

Colour: Very pale green

Nose: Herbaceous

Palette: Apricots & fresh cut grass with a hint of elderflower

Alcohol Content: 11.5%

Total Acidity: 5.6 g/l

pH: 3.03

Total Reducing Sugar: <1.0 g/l

Sulphur Dioxide Total: 76 mg/l

Vineyard: Aldwick Estate

Harvest: September 2018

Bottled: March 2019

Bottles Produced: 5800

Winemaker: Steve Brooksbank

Bacchus – the Greco-Roman god of wine. Could a grape be better named? It thrives in the cool- climate vineyards of England, where it has become a ‘signature variety’. Aldwick‘s Bacchus vines overlook the Farm’s graceful descent southwards to the River Yeo and the magnificent rise of the Mendip Hills beyond. What’s in a name? In Greek mythology the god of the grape harvest and winemaking was best known as Dionysus, from which Dennis – a family forename for three generations – is derived.