Little Wold Vineyard
Market Place Farm has been in the Wilson family for over 70 years. The farm was bought in 1947 by Robert Wilson when the ‘Cave Castle’ estate was split up. At the time Robert bought the farm, it was farmed in a traditionally mixed way. Based just a few miles from House of Townend, we are very delighted to be able to support this local winery as it goes from strength to strength.
The driest of the wines in our range and named after the chalk that runs through the land where our vines are planted. The chalk hill has aromas of grapefruit, lemon, stoned fruits that lead to a dry and refined palate. It has an almost steely, flinty nature, reminiscent of the wines of the Loire valley such as Sancerre and Pouilly Fume. The finish is light, zesty and highly refreshing.
A herby roast chicken or pan fried cod with vine roasted tomatoes.