A pale red colour with an orange hue. Fresh figs give way to dried orange peel and an herbaceous lift. Structurally linear with a long and pleasant finish.
Whole cluster Pinot Noir fermented in concrete and topped up with whole bunch pressed Pinot Blanc juice. Inspired by French winemaker Daniel Sage, a marriage of carbonic and noncarbonic fermentation. Pressed after five days of maceration. Aged in concrete for six months, racked and bottled by gravity with a small sulfur addition.
Tillingham is set amongst 70 acres of rolling hills and woodlands with far reaching views along the Tillingham River valley and across to the fortified, hill top town of Rye, East Sussex, to the sea and the Romney salt marshes beyond. The philosophy at Tillingham would be best summarised as progressive: incorporating what we know of the best scientific and technological knowledge available to us, whilst championing ancient traditions and best practice learnt from millennia of farming and winemaking. At Tillingham they are committed to farming in a diverse, poly-cultural way, they believe this is not only a highly sustainable approach, but in conjunction with biodynamics, aims to restore soils to an optimum level of organic matter and microbial and wider ecological diversity.
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