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Dart Valley Reserve 2010

The Experience

Drink When...
An extra Bank Holiday
Listen To...
The Beatles
Think About...
Great British Institutions
Drink With...
Street party food

The Oddbins Take

According to our source, Devon is known for the "Cornubian Massif". This group, who broke away from Staines in 2005, are often seen on the streets of Exeter eating muesli in satin tracksuits. Devon, we have discovered, is also becoming known for its English wine. If you haven't tried it yet - or are recovering from a bad experience in the 80's - this elegant white is the place to start. A touch of sweetness and a lick of oak produce something altogether classy, complex and understated. Unpopular, therefore, with the Cornubian massif but going down a treat here.

The Vital Statistics

Country
England
Region
Devon
Classification
PDO
Vintage
2010
Closure
Cork
Bottle Size
Regular - 750ml
Residual Sugar
3.5 g/l
13.0%
Alcohol Units
8.25

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The Style

Grape
Madeleine Angevine, Phoenix
Character
Crisp, Distinctive, Light, Not Too Dry, Subtle
Oak
Body
Light Full bodied
Sweetness
Dry Sweet

Notable Features

  • Suitable For Vegetarians

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This off-dry and every popular wine has alight, fresh character achieved by carefully blending the different grape varieties and paritally ageing in American oak. Lovely fruit aromsa with supplie delicate flavours and a just off-dry style, result in a wine ideal for drinking alone or with food. This wine makes ideal early drinking. Ages well for up to 4 years.