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Father’s Day gifts for dads who like to drink wine

By LLM Reporters on 12th June 2016

Here are some of the best wine gifts for Father’s Day that are sure to keep dear old dad toasting throughout the year.

Make dad’s day with an award-winning Bolney Wine Estate Pinot Noir. This English red wine is a fantastic example of a cool climate wine, made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes. It has a good light to medium body, full of red cherry, bacon and hints of cedar wood, which gives a lovely complexity on the bouquet and palate. Available from £16.99.

Enjoy his best ‘dad jokes’ with an award winning Bolney Estate Pinot Gris. This English wine is a super premium dry white wine with fragrant aromas of rose, jasmine and pear. The Bolney Wine Estate craftsmanship creates a wonderfully rich and creamy wine, with a slightly honeyed, character. Available from £16.99.

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Win dad over this year with a luxury bottle of wine

And for the ‘daddy of all drops’, pop open the award-winning Bolney Estate Blanc De Blancs. This English sparkling wine is a very stylish vintage, with lots of yellow fruit character, floral notes and wonderful yeasty undertones. It has a smooth texture with a fine mousse, gentle fruit and a lovely length. Available from £26.99.

For an extra special treat, Bolney Wine Estate tours offer unique insights into the land, vines, techniques and talent behind the award-winning wines.

The wine tasting experience will begin with a walk round the 40 acres of vineyards, where visitors will learn how the sandstone soil, southerly aspect and meticulous management contribute to the wines’ unique character. In the winery, the Bolney Wine Estate team will show how science, art and traditional craft skills come together to create the award-winning wines.

There will be plenty of time to swirl, sniff, sip and savour the white, red, rosé and sparkling wines, with expert advice from the experienced tour guides. Tours start from £16pp.

bolneywineestate.com

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