How they make DC wines
Darling Cellars use the perfect time and the right temperatures to make their red, white and rosé. Just right grapes are crushed and destalked. Then comes fermentation. Fruitiness locked in. The red is racked and matured over oak for 12 months. The white and rosé spend time on the lees. Then it’s de-alcoholised. A gentle spun cone technology and low temperatures preserve the body, colour and flavour. All the drinking pleasure, none of the alcohol.