Planted on the sun-kissed slopes of the Camel Valley Estuary, the vines here are the furthest away from the sea that you can be in Cornwall without being on the barren Bodmin Moor; technically the warmest and driest you can be in Cornwall. It is no wonder the Lindo family have had such success here!
Vines here are planted on south facing slopes with a loam and slate soil type. Seyval Blanc, Bacchus, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Reichensteiner, Rondo and Dornfelder are all planted with great success.
Boasting England's first vineyard specific PDO for their Darnibole Bacchus; this terroir driven wine is produced from just 1.5 acres of the vineyard. The ancient slate sub soil on which it is grown and lack of intervention in the winery - results in an intense, refined and mineral Bacchus which leads the charge for region and even vineyard specific classifications.