Cobble Hill is an award winning 3.6 hectare vineyard overlooks the village of Burnham Market on the North Norfolk Coast.
Owned and managed by the Perowne family, the south facing, chalk strata on the edge of a glacial moraine is ideal land for vines and has been a dream of the family for decades. The first grapes were planted in Spring 2016 and the first Bacchus was harvested in Autumn 2019 and bottled in May 2020. The grape varieties being grown are Bacchus, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, allowing the creation of a selection of red, white and rose wines as well as English Sparkling.
In 2019, Cobble Hill bottled 4,000 litres of sparkling wine with pinot noir grapes which will be available in 2021.
The Bacchus 2019 vintage is now available in local shops and restaurants and the 2020 harvest of Bacchus, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir will take place in Autumn 2020.