This urban winery is in a railway arch in Battersea, London, and Sergio and his wife Lynsey source fruit from superb growers in England with a big focus on cool-climate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
The rosé is made from pinot noir grapes sourced from Crouch Valley Vineyard in nearby Essex. The grapes are hand-picked into small crates then travel the short distance to the winery in Battersea. After a short cold soak, the grapes are pressed and fermented in old French oak. The wine spends a further six months on lees in tank and barrel. The result is an expressive and textured rosé with elements of strawberries and cream and ripe red cherry.