Wales

Welsh vineyards are small in number and struggle with the climate, but there are some great successes. Ancre Hill near Monmouth is in full bio-dynamic production and expanding rapidly while Glyndwr, near Cowbridge, makes aromatic wines alongside keeping llamas!

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  1. Ancre Hill Chardonnay, Welsh Wine
    Ancre Hill Estates Chardonnay, Welsh Regional Wine 2014 (Monmouth)
    Chardonnay 10.0% Vol
    Northern Europe > Wales
    A crisp, elegant wine with lemon flavours, aromatic white flowers backed up with round oak...
    £22.50 per bottle
  2. Glyndwr Medium Dry, Welsh Regional Wine
    Glyndwr Dry, Welsh Regional Wine 2016
    Madeleine Angevine 10.5% Vol
    Northern Europe > Wales
    A light, floral, fruity, medium-dry white with good fresh fruit character and hints of citrus apple...
    £12.60 per bottle

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