Winemaker Peter Hall looks after 6 hectares in the South Downs national park, he also tends after 40 Lambs that graze the hills and vineyards. The wines are named after friends and family of Peter, he only makes small quantities of each cuvee.
Appreciated for its “brioche notes balanced by soft red fruits” when awarded a gold medal at the International Wine Challenge. Aged on the lees to develop intensity and depth of flavour, Seyval Blanc is the grape variety that has for many years been the foundation for successful wine-making at Breaky Bottom.
Peter Tells us why he named it after Koizumi "My great-great uncle Lafcadio Hearn / Koizumi Yakumo (1850-1904) was a brilliant travel writer of Greek/Anglo-Irish parents and is still hugely respected in Japan."
Varietals: 100% Seyval Blanc. ABV: 12%
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