Lyme Bay Sandbar Bacchus 2021, Devon

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Lyme Bay Sandbar Bacchus 2021, Devon

£21.10 Single Bottle
£18.99 Any 6 Mix
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This award winning English white wine has been given a new makeover, with a contemporary new label. It is made from 100% Bacchus grapes. It has a pale, clear lemon colour in the glass.

On the nose it has aromas of guava, box wood and a hint of blackcurrant leaf.

It has a light-to-medium body and the palate is fresh and zesty with flavours of grapefruit and a hint of English elderflower. Best served lightly chilled.

The Best Wine

Described by Lyme Bay as a quinessential English wine. Bacchus is the poster boy grape of English wine making.

The grapes were sourced from the best vineyards in England, including the unique 'Dog Lag' block at Great Whitmans. All the grpaes were harvested between Septmeber 17th and October 8th 2020.

Quick Info

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 11%
BIN: BTL-0101
Current Stock: 43
Style: White

More Information



The colder climate in England gives Bacchus higher acidity and lower yields than when grown elsewhere. English Bacchus wines often fall somewhere between the typical French and New Zealand styles of Sauvignon Blanc, although there are examples at either end of the spectrum.


James Lambert, Lyme Bay Wines

Lyme Bay produce the best wines made from the best fruit grown by the best growers in the best locations. The winemakers work with a group of outstanding growers with vineyards all over England who plant the right grapes for the climate they are in to get the best ripeness to produce the best raw materials to craft outstanding wine to delight your palate.

Devon, England

Devon's vineyards are situatued in the valleys and lowlands of south and east Devon. Mostly close to the rivers Exe, Teign and Dart.

The growing season is long, with sun and heat starting earlier and lasting longer than in many other English counties. This gives the grapes more time to ripen and more time to hang.

Product Reviews

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    Bryan Cooper on 28th Feb 2022

    I really, really like this wine.