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    In 1973 the first vines where planted when local wine retailer Alan McKechnie started harvesting the vines on his small fruit farm. With a little help from the 1976 record summer temperatures and bumper harvest, his small fruit farm begun to expand. After nurturing it for 11 years, Alan sold up in 1984 due to poor health and the new owner was found. Under the ownership of John Oldacre the vineyards flourished and the name was changed from Fairfield Fruit Farms to Three Choirs Vineyards due largely to John’s connections to the Three Choirs Festival, England’s oldest choral festival. John Oldacre sadly passed away in 2001, but the company largely remains in the hands of his family. Phoenix 40%, Madeline Angevine 20%, Seyval Blanc 20%, Orion 20% - The Vineyard is south facing on sandy loam soil. Most vines are 10-20 years old, all grapes are hand-picked. A crisp, refreshing wine with distinctly English hedgerow aromas and hints of crisp apple, fragrant elderflower and freshly cut grass. The ripe fruit flavours, balanced acidity and subtle residual sugar combine to create a refreshing wine, perfect on its own or with lemon steamed fish or with Waldorf salad 11% Vegan  
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    In 1973 the first vines where planted when local wine retailer Alan McKechnie started harvesting the vines on his small fruit farm. With a little help from the 1976 record summer temperatures and bumper harvest, his small fruit farm begun to expand. After nurturing it for 11 years, Alan sold up in 1984 due to poor health and the new owner was found. Under the ownership of John Oldacre the vineyards flourished and the name was changed from Fairfield Fruit Farms to Three Choirs Vineyards due largely to John’s connections to the Three Choirs Festival, England’s oldest choral festival. John Oldacre died in 2001 and the company largely remains in the hands of his family. Regent 50%, Rondo 20%, Triomphe 15%, Other 15% with 75% of wine aged for 6 months in 1 year old French oak barrels. A deep, ruby coloured red wine full of ripe blackberry and cherry fruit on the nose with a subtle hint of lightly toasted oak from the American Barrel ageing. English red berry fruit character dominates on the palate, (damson, cherry, with a hint of blackberry and raspberry) and on the finish subtle vanilla oak character adds a degree of complexity to this cool-climate red wine. Fantastic with ham, spicy sausage, or pumpkin stew Vegan  
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    In 1973 the first vines where planted when local wine retailer Alan McKechnie started harvesting the vines on his small fruit farm. With a little help from the 1976 record summer temperatures and bumper harvest, his small fruit farm begun to expand. After nurturing it for 11 years, Alan sold up in 1984 due to poor health and the new owner was found. Under the ownership of John Oldacre the vineyards flourished and the name was changed from Fairfield Fruit Farms to Three Choirs Vineyards due largely to John’s connections to the Three Choirs Festival, England’s oldest choral festival. John Oldacre sadly passed away in 2001, but the company largely remains in the hands of his family. Siegerrebe 30%, Solaris 30%, Orion 16%, Reichensteiner 15%, Other 9% Alcohol: 11.5% Subtle aromas of peach and lychee, soft and full on the palate, with a long, rich rounded finish. The early bottling has helped to capture the natural fruit characteristics of these aromatic varieties. Fantastic with Asian dishes, salads or just by itself! Vegan  

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