Vineyard releases first wines to public

This week our Forty Hall Vineyard will be unveiling its 2015 vintage of two organic white wines.

The Forty Hall Vineyard London 2015 Ortega and Forty Hall Vineyard London 2015 Bacchus are the first wines to be made available for public sale, in a limited release of 700 and1500 bottles, respectively.

The wine has been produced from organic grapes grown here at the Farm, on ten acres of south-facing, organically-managed land. It is believed to be the biggest vineyard in London at least since the Middle Ages. The wine is made by multi award-winning English wine maker, Will Davenport, and is of exceptional quality, reflecting the best of low-intervention, natural English wine-making. Both wines received rave reviews at this year’s Real Wine Fair in London’s Tobacco Dock last month. More information about the wines is available on the Forty Hall Vineyard website.

The wines can be purchased exclusively from the Forty Hall Farm shop (open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11am – 4.00pm), from this Wednesday 11th May.