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Product Image English Organic White Wine, Sedlescombe 2015 Old Vine - Biodynamic

English Organic White Wine, Sedlescombe 2015 Old Vine - Biodynamic



Watch as Roy Cook, tells how he planted the vines for this wine back in 1979 - England's oldest organic vines.

Our celebration OLD VINE "Vieille Vigne" white wine. Made exclusively from grapes harvested from Sedlescombe's 35 year old Bacchus, and Faber vines combined with fruit from the original Reichensteiner vines planted in 1979.  Fermented using wild natural yeast. This wine is Real, Natural, Biodynamic and Organic. Our top Dry White.

Elegant flowery aroma. Fine, fruity, Riesling-like acidity, with a weighty complexity unmatched by other English wines - perhaps proving that old vines do indeed come up with the goods!  Maturity 2018. 11.5% vol. International Silver Medal 2016. 

75cl bottle.


This wine is Real, Natural, Biodynamic & Organic . 

Suitable for Vegetarians. Wine Making Vegan compatible.


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Guarantee: We guarantee your satisfaction. All of our products come with a 30 day no quibble money back guarantee. If you don't like it, we don't want you to pay for it!

Find what people think of our wines here.
Recent testimonial:
Hi Roy/Irma,
Just to let you know we have tried a white , red and rose wine over the weekend. The wine is the best we have ever tasted and we'll definitely be buying some more . Superfast delivery with excellent packaging and customer service.
Dawn Nicholls Widnes, Cheshire (10th February 2015)
Recent testimonial:
What we tasted last week was fantastic ! The sparklings had tipicity with such a beautiful flavour profile. The whites were nicely fresh and the low alcohol-level was definitely a great feature. The reds had complexity, elegance and texture Thank you for showing what they can be with a bit of age to it. These varietals, grown under your biodynamic culture result in wines being so healthy and food-friendly. They even had iodine notes coming through, the reds were showing some intense minerality.
Mikael Hannequin
Searcys Club, The Gherkin, London