Our Grape Varieties
WELSH RED WINE VARIETIES
Pinot Noir Précoce
Renowned for its aromatic quality and soft tannins. Wines from Pinot Noir Précoce are closely similar to, if not indistinguishable from, those of Pinot noir, and it is far from clear that anything distinguishes its wines other than oenological characters resulting from its early ripening (e.g., relatively fuller flavor development, lower acidity, and the like).
One of the new generation varieties bred for quality it will produce a medium bodied wine with excellent fruit and tanning balance.
Produces wines with very good colour and style and overtones of classic red varieties.
One of the major black grape varieties worldwide. Depending on the growing region and style of wine, additional aromas can include tobacco, raspberry, bell pepper, cassis, and violets. wines with very good colour and style and overtones of classic red varieties.
WELSH WHITE WINE VARIETIES
Considered similar to Sauvignon Blanc in character
Is well suited to oak aging and used for still or sparkling wines. Single varietal wines offer crisp acidity, with quite neutral flavours.
A small berried and intensely aromatic variety.
Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape variety used in the production of still and sparkling white wine.The variety originated in the Burgundy wine region of eastern France.