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Three Choirs Ravens Hill 2018

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Three Choirs Ravens Hill is a light, fruity red wine, with characteristics of damson and cherry on the nose and palate. A long clean finish rounded by subtle oak.

Three Choirs Ravens Hill: With around 80 acres, Three Choirs is one of the larger vineyards in the country. It is also one of the most long-established, being first planted in 1973 (first vintage 1976). Three Choirs continues its innovative wine production, with a number of acres set aside as an experimental vineyard, planting new varieties and monitoring their success. It is from here that a number of new varieties now more widely grown first emerged. Three Choirs lies within a unique microclimate, sheltered by the Malverns and the Brecon Beacons.

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