Bacchus

Overview
Bacchus, named after the Roman God of wine, is a relatively new grape variety but has gathered much interest in recent years. English Bacchus wines are often described as the country’s equivalent to Sauvignon Blanc as they demonstrate some of the same aroma characteristics. The vines grow particularly well in England’s cooler climate.
Technical

Number of vines: 4,992
Acreage: 4.07
Clone: Gf 1
Root stock: SO4

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