Stopham Estate 'Elgar's Reserve' Pinot Gris 2015West Sussex, England
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Stopham Estate 'Elgar's Reserve' Pinot Gris 2015 West Sussex, England
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Ripe, juicy fruit balances out the freshness whilst the very pretty floral tones and notes of white pepper combine on the long finish. Serve with any seafood or even spicy dishes.
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About this wine
Goes well with
Thai spiced fishcakes
Established in 2007, Stopham Estate is the brainchild of Simon Woodhead, who began his career as an engineer designing parts for Formula 1 cars. Simon was joined by Tom Bartlett in 2010 just in time for the first vintage. Both Simon and Tom studied at Plumpton College in East Sussex, where they became passionate about English wine and developed the belief that we can produce something special from our land. Better viticultural practices, improved winemaking techniques and technology, international training and increasing temperatures are all contributing to these quality improvements in English winemaking.