2010 White Wine

Our first wine and one that we were proud of. From day one it had the particular minerality that we have come to associate with Higher Plot. As we drank the very last bottles in 2014 we were amazed at how it still had a freshness and balance of fruit

2010 Sparkling Wine

The wine has rich aromas of lemon, spice and toasted nuts. On the palate it keeps a taut balance between freshness and the minerality typical of Higher Plot with a full ripe finish.. It is 60% Chardonnay with the remainder split between Pinot Noir and Meunier.

For those that are interested in technical side of life, around half the wine spent 3 months in third use white wine barrels from Smith Haut Lafite (sadly no relation) It then spent two and a half years in bottle on its lees before disgorgement and was topped up with 2010 still wine reserved specifically for this use.

2011 Rosè

As the grapes were small and had plenty of colour, this translated into being a moreish Rose wine. At first it had a very distinctive wild strawberry aroma which with time became more like Morello Cherry. Only really sold locally the reaction from people was reassuringly positive and it ended up on tables as far away as France, Italy, Holland and Switzerland.

2013 White

The 2013 White Wine had vibrant fragrances of exotic spice and white peach. On the palate it was beautifully fresh with lovely sweet lemon and lime flavours and classic Higher Plot minerality.

2014 Rosè

Our 2014 Rose was a delicate pale pink colour with a lovely spicy aroma of wild strawberries.