In a nutshell:
A fragrant and rounded English white from the heart of Sussex.
Bacchus isn't a particulary well known grape variety but over the last few years it's become something of an English speciality when it comes to still white wines. In our cooler climate it has the capability of making quite complex and very interesting wines. This example from the Bolney Estate is a good case in point. It's nicely crisp and fragrant with aromas of capsicum, gooseberry, lychee, citrus with hints of exotic spice. There's lime and apple on the palate with a good acidity and excellent persistence on the finish.
When to drink:
Perfect as an aperitif it also suits fish like dover sole, or salmon, or try with a Thai green curry.