The wines are made with restraint to make the inherent traits of their respective vineyards shine, with each one telling a unique story about a specific clone, site and soil coloured by the vagaries of vintage and climate. Timeless and ageworthy, they convey a true sense of the Lothian terroir.


This wine has very pale-gold colour with flashes of green. The nose is of medium intensity. It conjures up freshness with Cape Gooseberry, elderflower white freesia flowers and lemon zest.

This is a bone dry Riesling which becomes obvious with a bright, tart entry. The elements discovered on the nose persist with notes of grapefruit, pine needles and a complex minerality, providing a lemon-sorbet cleansing finish.


The colour of this wine is reminiscent of the attractiveness of pale pink tourmaline crystals.

The nose is soft and gives a slightly sweet impression of ripe red apples. This sets one up for the surprise of one of the driest Rosés available.

The fresh acidity heralds a more serious food-style Rosé. There are hints of raspberry. This wine has a wonderful minerality encased in a superb mouth feel. This gives length and complexity.


The wine has a bold rich colour. This hints at a more substantial style of Pinot noir. On the nose Spicy Oak gives way to violets and forest floor. The entry is silky. The mid-palate weight of this wine is remarkable. There are, baked plums and morello cherries to be discovered. The youthfulness of this wine is revealed by the cocoa powder tannins that develop along with hints of dark chocolate and strawberry.


The colour is very bright and clear with flashes of yellow and gold.

The nose is quite prominent and complex. It starts with notes of very ripe oranges, bananas and tangerine peel. These light fruit notes move to the heavier ones of a tarte tatin made with pineapples.

The entry is surprisingly bracing. The fine acidic backbone that gives this wine a lively tension asserts itself immediately. Flavours of yellow citrus, pineapple and nectarines come to the fore. Wood is noted but it is very much in the background. It provides a fragrant base and some texture to the mid palate. This wine has good length and all the while the flavours change in the mouth, the acid stands guard ensuring a very clean finish.


On the nose a smoky wild honey gives way to tangerine and musk melon.

The taste is characterised by a tangy acidity that lasts to the very end, never letting the sweetness become cloying.

The first impressions are of grilled pineapple drizzled with lemon and honey. As one gets used to these flavours, secondary notes of Frangipane paste, golden sultanas, Ruby grapefruit topped with brown sugar and grilled start to appear. The final impression is of a Christmas mince pie with a glass of Drambuie. Notes of crisp buttery pastry and candied citrus peel supported to the end by a racy acidity.

This wine would pair well with strong cheeses both soft and hard, roasted nuts, dried fruits and even a not-too-sweet cheesecake.


Made exclusively from Pinot noir, the nose shows a more friendly and inviting character than the more traditional MCCs made with Chardonnay. The colour naturally reflects the Pinot Noir with a festive pink hue.

The nose shows strawberry, pink grapefruit topped with grilled brown sugar ending with notes of a tropical mix.

This brut wine has a soft easy entry and gives the impression of the addition of crème de cassis to make a Kir Royale. The sugars and acids are in fine balance and the flavours of ripe strawberries, cherry stone and caramel will put in an