Bristol urban vineyard releases first vintage

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

12 October 2020

Following its launch during lockdown, Bristol urban vineyard, Nania’s, is about to launch its first vintage as a rosé spritzer

Nania’s Rosé Spritzer is made with Rondo grapes and will have an abv of just 5.5%.

To make the base wine, Nania’s Vineyard has joined forces with specialist rosé wine producers, Off the Line, active since 2014.

The base wine is currently being made in Off the Line’s Sussex winery. It will be blended with springwater drawn from beneath Glastonbury Tor hill, before the launch in the spring.

A kombucha brewery is also currently in the pipeline. This will be located next to the allotment, and the resulting drink will be flavoured with home-grown hops.

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