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Winery News, Recipes

NEW YEAR, NEW STOCK

January is a great time to try something new, so if kale smoothies aren’t whetting your appetite we have plenty of other options to get you through what is so far proving to be a wet and windy month.


Something lighter


After the excesses of Christmas, how about our award-winning Fruit and Country Wines. Inspired by wines traditionally made from hedgerow fruits and flowers, our delicious range has flavours to tempt all palates, from lighter, drier wines to more intense, old-fashioned berry-rich varieties. Many of them also make delicious spritzers, mixed 50/50 with soda water.


Make room for mead


Thought by many an elixir of health, fertility and longevity, our smooth and sumptuous meads are sure to perk you up. Our prize-winning meads are fermented, blended and aged on site using our secret blends of honey to create the rich, floral and pungent characteristics for which they are famed.


Put a zing in your step


With its well-known medicinal and digestive properties – as well as its distinctive flavour – ginger is a staple of many larders and store cupboards. If you need a bit of winter warming our spicy, non-alcoholic Dorset Ginger Cordial is based on a one hundred-year-old recipe and can be enjoyed on its own, or as a mixer with spirits or soft drinks.


A reason to celebrate


Burns Night on Monday 25th January is a welcome opportunity to gather friends and family together for an evening of food and fun. The first supper was held at Burns Cottage by Robert Burns' friends in 1801, the fifth anniversary of his death, and have been a regular occurrence ever since. Famous for – amongst other things – the serving of haggis, neeps (a Scottish 'turnip' is an English 'swede') and tatties, if you’re preparing for a Burns’ Night supper why not add a twist to your gravy by adding some of our Elderberry and Port to the recipe. Simply simmer it with red wine, sugar, garlic, thyme and salt together with some shallots until tender.


For more inspirational drinks ideas, keep an eye on our blog or get in touch with our lovely team here at the Winery for a chat via email at info@lymebaywinery.co.uk or by calling 01297 551355. Happy New Year!