Keeping it local – Wines from our region

At the Pandora, we pride ourselves on supporting local suppliers and producers, be it locally caught fish, organic veg grown just up the road or fantastic wines produced in this region. We stock no fewer than EIGHT local wines on our extensive wine list.
The British consumer has spent many years ridiculing wines made within our own isles but the truth is, English (and Welsh) wine production has come on leaps and bounds over recent years and the quality keeps getting better and better. We now boast over 400 producers with an annual production of 2 million bottles, even the French are trying to buy our land so we must be doing something right!
Here’s a little more detail about the local wines we stock:
Dart Valley Reserve, Sharpham, 2011 Devon
Super full-flavoured, zippy Estate wine. Energetic and with all the structure for a long and happy life. (2) 11% vol. Bottle £20.00
Madeleine Angevine, Knightor Winery, 2013 Cornwall
Elegant, crisp and immensely quaffable wine from a local winery based at Trethurgy near St. Austell. It is reminiscent of a Sauvignon Blanc with delicate floral and citrus character. Simply delicious. (1) 10.5% vol. Bottle £21.00
Camel Valley Rosé, Camel Valley, 2013 Cornwall
A light, dry rose with intense strawberry aromas. Refreshing aciditiy and bright red fruit, this is perfect for sipping ‘al fresco’. (2) 12% vol, Bottle £25.00
Bacchus Dry, Camel Valley 2013 Cornwall
Light, floral and delicate with apple blossom and a racy edge. A really vibrant, dry wine that shows the potential of our English vineyards.
(1) 12% vol. Bottle £27.50
Sharpham Vineyard in South Devon.

 

Sharpham Brut, Sharpham Vineyard, 2010 Devon
This early harvested wine expresses a delightful spritz with a vibrant citrus mouthfeel. Fresh fruit flavours make for an excellent aperitif or as a superb accompaniment to seafood. Simply delicious. (2) 12% vol. Bottle £36.00
Knightor Brut, Knightor Winery, NV Cornwall
Winemaker James Thomas grew up on his family’s vineyard on the magical Isles of Scilly and completed his wine training in Australia. This English sparkling wine is made by the traditional method. It is well balanced with good depth of fruit flavour, and subtle complexity from lees ageing in bottle. Perfect for any celebration. (1) 12% vol. Bottle £39.00
Camel Valley Brut, 2012 Camel Valley, Cornwall
Superb golden sparkler with elegant fizz and full, ripe flavour, packed with elderflower and hedgerow notes yet truly brut. (1) 12.5% vol. Bottle £42.00
Camel Valley Pinot Noir Rosé Brut, 2012 Camel Valley, Cornwall
A lovely floral and delicate strawberry fruit nose that drives into a brioche, fresh bread yeastiness supported by crisp acidity and a finish of great finesse. Excellent aperitif or with Cornish seafood. (1) 12.5% vol. Bottle £44.00

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