Gardner Street is the historic name of Henners’ home village of Herstmonceux. The old name captures the hand-harvested, artisanal craft of tending vines & wines down English country lanes. A modern marriage of fresh, floral Bacchus with a little barrel-fermented Chardonnay.
Gardner Street has the classic floral, elderflower note we have come to know of contemporary Bacchus married with a touch of stone fruit from the Chardonnay. On the palate, there's an abundance of red apple fruit, a touch of wild fennel with the barrel-fermented Chardonnay giving mid-palate weight and structure to a wine that ultimately finishes with a brisk, present acidity.