A blend of several different whites, two of which (Ortega and Schönburger) were foot trodden with skin contact fermentation, and two (Chardonnay and Bacchus) were whole bunch fermented in steel. The Bacchus also got some time in oak. The result is a complex orange wine, with a savoury profile full of stone fruit and spice.
Tillingham is the brainchild of Ben Walgate, who has quickly become a winemaker to keep your eye on. The primary focus of the label is ecological biodiversity, which has led to the production of distinct, exciting wines. Using natural methods, they combine ancient traditional farming techniques and contemporary best practices to create a range of low intervention wines that allow the grapes to really shine. 750ml