Currabridge is a range of wines produced by a fairly large company called Cranswick - a family name thought to derive from Crane's Wyke (the village of cranes) in Yorkshire, as recorded in the Domesday Book. The Cranswick brand was created in 1991 by Graham Cranswick-Smith
A blend of grapes from multiple sites. 100% Chardonnay, picked at night.
Fermented cool and matured without oak - all to maximise the natural fruit and freshness of the grape
Medium-bodied and utterly fruit driven white with peach and honeydew melon aromas followed by smooth, rounded, peach and melon fruit. No oak!
Great with everything from traditional roast pork and roast chicken, to everyday pasta dishes or chunky salads with tuna, salmon or squid.