London Cru's Baker St. is vinified from Bacchus grapes grown in the heart of the English countryside, with fruit sourced from top quality vineyards in Kent and West Sussex.
London Cru is Roberson's own wine brand. Operating from a former gin distillery, central London's first urban winery began production in 2013 by sourcing high quality grapes from the vineyards of selected growers ...Learn more
“The Baker Street Bacchus has a super-punchy palate, bursting up front with zesty lime and pink grapefruit energy. I really enjoyed the textural qualities and intensity of this wine which feels perfectly placed as a showcase Bacchus”
“This is aromatic, very dry, and full of hawthorn, citrus and elderflower, with a swish of acidity. London Cru suggests drinking it with fish and chips.”
“Apple and orchard flavours combine with elderflower and gooseberry to produce a wine that really zings. Good on its own but great with another and slighter older English staple, fish and chips.”
“Exuberant, floral and zesty, this urban winery's bottle is liquid splendour.”
“... might just be the best I’ve tasted. Many English winemakers temper the acidity of bacchus with sugar. Monery has done something different: 20 per cent of it has been aged on its lees in old wooden barrels to give it some texture, and the wine is absolutely bone dry. It’s lovely: broad, yet also fine, redolent of elderflowers and fat blades of grass.”