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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.

Pinot Noir Rosé


This soft delicious Rosé Wine is a single-vineyard designated bottling and its complex aromas of cherries, rosehip, strawberries and cream, and tight acidity and length, make it a great food wine.

Global Pinot Noir Masters 2017: BRONZE
Sommelier Wine Awards 2017: HIGHLY COMMENDED
International Wine & Spirits Competition 2017: SILVER
International Wine & Spirits Challenge 2016: BRONZE
Decanter World Wine Awards 2016: BRONZE
Sommelier Wine Awards 2016: BRONZE
UKVA Wine of the Year Competition 2016: SILVER

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  • Winemaking Notes

    Pinot Noir grapes were hand harvested from 17th to 20th October 2015. Thanks to an Indian summer, the fruit was picked with no disease pressure and very good ripeness levels. After a cool maceration on the skins – which developed the wine’s colour and red fruit flavours – the grapes were gently pressed. Close to the end of primary fermentation, the must was co-inoculated with lactic acid bacteria for malolactic fermentation. Once the desired acidity and mouth-feel was achieved, malolactic fermentation was ceased through crash chilling. The wine was bottled early to maintain the fresh fruit aromas.

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  • Flavour Type

    Medium Dry