Suffolk Pink is named after the county's heritage. In the late 14th century, dyers added elderberries, to produce a carmine red, or Blackthorn or sloe juice for geranium pink, to limewash the surrounding cottages and buildings. You'll spot the Suffolk pink nearby the vineyard, and its surrounding towns.
Our traditional-method sparkling Rose made in our house style honours this tradition.
This English sparkling is on the dry side but balanced by a smooth mouthfeel and length. It has a pale pink rose colour, with a delicate floral nose. A creamy soft mousse, alongside raspberry and redcurrant fruit notes, make up this elegant sparkling wine.
Creamy risotto dishes, salmon fillets, brown crab and BBQ meats. Dark chocolate puddings pair perfectly.