2019 40th anniversary Year
Kent England TN30 7NP
All our wines are grown, made and bottled by us at the vineyard. Handmade wines from Harbourne and are suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
2015 Harbourne Sunset Pink Medium. Lovely flavour and a flowery bouquet. A cherry smooth, soft and curranty medium rosé with a brilliant sunset pink glow! Perfect chilled by itself or as an aperitif with canapes.11% £10.50 bottle.
2015 Harbourne Autumn Dry Seyval Blanc and Muller Thurgau. Superbly ripe grapes from a perfect year gives this wonderful crisp and very dry citrussy wine, so much clean character that a second bottle won’t be enough! Long zesty finish.Serve chilled. A good accompaniment to fish dishes or cheeses.11.5% £10.70 bottle
2013 Harbourne Pinot Meunier Old Vines Rosé. Made only from the classic Wrotham Pinot Meunier red grapes from 30 year old vines this dry wine retains its fresh English summer highlights with a ripe floral cherry style that makes it perfect drinking anytime. Try pairing with pasta dishes. 10.5% vol. £10.50 bottle.
2014 Harbourne Ortega Dry. From a small crop of selected Ortega grapes harvested on 24/9/14, this delicate, aromatic wine marries citrus and tropical fruit flavours with a hint of blossom. A long, dry finish. Excellentby itself or with poultry, fish or cheese. 11.5% vol.£10.50 bottle
2014 Harbourne Bacchus Medium Dry. A delicate medium white wine. Flower perfume . Honeyed grape and lychee highlights. A wine that compliments cheese or dessert with a richness without being cloying Good long finish. Serve chilled. 11% vol. £10.70 bottle
2015 Harbourne Bacchus Dry Winemaker's Choice . A delightfully perfumed nose with notes of apple blossom. Dry, fruitywith a hint of apricot. Crisp but soft and elegant. Only 300 bottles produced Ths is the wine the winemaker drinks on his day off! 11.% vol. £12.70bottle
2017 Harbourne Amber. Extended skin maceration wine. Made from Seyval Blanc white grapes. 38 year old vines which have never been fertilised or sprayed. Harvested on 19/10/17, crushed and fermented on the skins for 5 days then pressed and fermented to dry. A light, pale amber hue with a delicate fruit nose. Dry slightly tannic and spicy with a honeyed, citrus aftertaste. Will benefit from time to breathe. Try with seafood or roasted vegetarian dishes. Serve chilled. .11.5% alc £15.00 bottle
2016 Magenta Red Dry Wine. Made from Pinot Meunier & Blauer Portugeiser grapes. A soft and fruity taste, with plum overtones. A dry finish wth a tannin bite Limited edition 169 Bottles produced 11.5% vol. £12.70 bottle
NB These prices are for collection. We can deliver within 30 miles of Wittersham for £10 (any quantity) or we can send wine by parcel service at cost (about £15 per 6 bottles)
We also have a wide range of newer wines up to and including 2018.
Harbourne Vinegar is made from Harbourne English white wine and is bottled unpasteurised for a fuller natural flavour. Ideal for sauces, salad dressings and other culinary uses. 50cl £4.50 Visit our Harbourne Vinegar recipe page
We have a wide selection of containerised grape vines. From £6.95 each. Enquire if you would like further details.
Contact us regarding all aspects of viticulture and winemaking. 45 years experience. Consultancy fees from £40/hr.
Can we supply wine for your function or business or personal gifts? We can arrage for wine tasting and talks at your own venue for wine clubs etc.
This list replaces all previous lists. All prices are in £ sterling and include duty as at 1/2/19 and V.A.T. @ 20%. Prices liable to change without notice and subject to availability. Bottle = 75 cls. Please make cheques payable to L.WILLIAMS. We accept €uros in cash.
Visa and Mastercard accepted for purchases over £15
All our wines are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. No animal or GM products are used for growing the grapes or for making the wine. All wines are bottle (not tank) aged. We use real corks! Trade enquiries welcome.
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