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Relentlessly driven by the potential of what our industry can achieve, here at Lyme Bay we strive to make the best wine, from the best grapes, from the best growers. Central to this is our love of all things coastal and West Country. Our grapes are selected and our wines crafted to reflect a natural affinity to the region’s renowned fish dishes and coastal vistas, both in style and character. The result; a range of still and sparkling English Wines that have captured the imagination of many and achieved incredible international award success.


From Chablis to the Côte de Beaune, California to Australia, Chardonnay styles vary greatly across the globe. Our Chardonnay is a well-rounded dry wine, with subtle buttery flavours and aromas of peach turnover and honey. Lightly oaked, this wine lends itself perfectly to many different cuisines.
APPEARANCE: Pale gold.
NOSE: Subtle buttery flavours and aromas of pink grapefruit, vanilla and dried fig.
PALATE: Good length and elegance with a round mouthfeel. There are stone fruit flavours with a touch of orange, nuts and toffee.
Independent English Wine Awards 2019: GOLD
Decanter World Wine Awards 2019: BRONZE
International Wine & Spirits Competition 2018: SILVER
International Wine Challenge 2018: GOLD

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  • Winemaking Notes

    The 2016 vintage was defined by an incredibly warm and dry autumn, which allowed the grapes to be hand-picked at optimum ripeness on the 18th October from a single vineyard in the Maldon region of Essex. The grapes were whole-cluster pressed and settled naturally for a short length of time, before fermentation in stainless steel with a malolactic co-inoculation. Once malolactic fermentation was complete the wine was transferred to barrels of French oak, along with the lees, for 11 months of ageing and gentle stirring. (PDO)

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