Lost in a Field

LOST IN A FIELD, Tim Wildman, Brighton

Why “Lost in a Field”? Good question! It’s because we work with heritage grape varieties originally planted in the UK in the 1960s and 70s. These historic vineyards, planted to German hybrid varieties, are Britain’s unique old vine legacy. They are becoming increasingly rare but small parcels can still be found in abandoned or “lost” vineyards. The 2021 Frolic pét-nat is made up of 21 of these heritage varieties from eight different vineyards across seven English and Welsh counties.

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