Chapel Down

When I moved to England two years ago I had no idea that there were vineyards here. During that time, even my parents neighbours in the south of Sweden has started a vineyard, and both there and here the climate is mild and suitable, so why not. The most famous vineyard in England is Chapel Down in Tenterden, Kent in the south-east.

So far I have only tried one of their wines, the Flint Dry and I must say, it is very good. The wine is (of course) dry and the mainly consists of Chardonnay, Huxelrebe and Bacchus. I find it quite fruity despite it being dry, and it was much nicer than I had imagined.  Why not try local produce when it comes to wines as well as food?!

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One Response to Chapel Down

  1. Definitely Hanna-if the local is good, then great idea to support it! 🙂

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