Exton Park are excited to announce a very special listing at the beautiful Lime Wood Hotel, the flagship estate of the prestigious Home Grown Hotels group.
The five star country house hotel is set in the heart of the New Forest National Park, only a 45 minute drive from us here at Exton Park.
Award winning Head Sommelier Chris Parker was suitably impressed with the new Reserve Blend range, swiftly arranging for our RB28 Blanc de Noirs to be available by the glass from 19th April 2021. In addition, our elegant and versatile RB32 Brut will be available by the bottle.
Our innovative and sustainable approach to winemaking ties in nicely with the Limewood ethos.
Laid back luxury is something the Limewood Hotel & Spa do very well. The warm and welcoming staff are at the top of their game without the need for the traditional white glove approach. The multiple restaurants and terraces ensure gastronomy is at the core of everything they do. With the highly respected Angela Hartnett and Luke Holder at the helm, seasonality and local produce are championed in equal measure.
Arguably the ultimate countryside getaway, also perfect for weekend breaks or a dash from the city. We at Exton Park are salivating at the mere thought of that first glass of RB28 paired with the exquisite creations from the talented Lime Wood team.
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“The first time I tasted Exton Park I was astonished. The wine has a purity, clarity, but also an intensity of flavour and uniqueness of scent I'd never come across before.”Oz Clark - English Wine
“Exton Park and I share the same passion for quality, sustainability and local ingredients. Their winemaker, Corinne, mirrors the same level of precision and technique that I expect from the top chefs in my kitchens. This is why I selected Exton Park's Rosé for my restaurants.”Simon Rogan - 4 Michelin Star Chef
“Peaches and strawberries in effervescent perfection. Hampshire’s greatest hit.”Olly Smith - ITV Wine Critic, RB23 Rosé 2021
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