We have a very special Bank Holiday lunchbox consisting of lots of lovely local treats :
- A bottle Oxford Rose from Brightwell vineyard,
- Sinodun Hill goats cheese (next door farm)
- Peach Croft asparagus
- Nduja paste
Produced by Brightwell Vineyard, situated alongside the River Thames in Shillingford, just north of Wallingford in Oxfordshire. the unique flinty chalk greensands and gravel representative of the Thames Valley provide ideal grape-growing conditions.
This rosé wine is produced solely from Dornfelder grapes. The juice has had brief contact with the red grape skins to give a vibrant colour and a gentle tannin strength to the wine.
This rosé is enjoyed by itself or a delight served with fish, salads, pasta and picnics. It has an initial cherry flavour, fading to a delicious strawberry finish.
Saltpig Nduja Paste
A spreadable salami made in the Cotwolds using locally grown chillis to give a hot chilli kick and Red Rye Beer from Hook Norton Brewery for a perfectly rounded flavour. You’ll find this Nduja paste not as intensely chilli flavoured as the Calabrian counterpart, this one has a meatier full pork flavour with a milder chilli kick.