An outstanding range of English wines made from a variety of weather-hardy grapes, meaning even with the Great British weather, the vines still have a good yield and produce high-quality grapes.
Named after the rural area of mid-western England. Severn Valley embodies the vast land around the River Severn reaching as far south as Gloucester, and as far north as Ironbridge. The vines, spread over 30 acres in South Staffordshire, are comprised of sixteen different varieties - making the vineyard one of the largest in the UK.
Halfpenny Green Wine Estate is situated 250ft above sea level in well-sheltered south facing slopes, with light, sandy free-draining soil. It was the vision of farmer Martin Vickers 30 years ago to plant a vineyard that would one day match continental sites.
Pinot Noir, Regent & Rondo
A versatile English red.
Medium dry with a silky structure and lively red berry fruit. Perfect for easy drinking yet with a finish powerful enough to complement red meats, game and strong cheese.
Madeleine Angevine & Huxelrebe
An elegant English white.
Medium dry, aromatic and refined, with distinguished, fresh flavours and a long clean, crisp finish. To be enjoyed chilled, on its own or with white meat or fish.
Rondo, Dornfelder & Pinot Noir
A beautifully balanced English rosé.
Medium dry, with soft summer berry fruits on the nose, excitingrefreshing balance of light fruit and freshness with great length. To be enjoyed chilled with a range of fish and white meat.