Lanchester Mead is a medium sweet drink, delicious served either long and cool, straight on its own or drunk in accompaniment to a fine piece of cheese. It is thought that the name Mead is derived from the word 'honey.' With strong similarities in various Cerilic, Latin and Slavic languages. There are even references in ancient Sanskrit texts to a sweet honey drink known as 'Madhu' Mead wine may be the oldest alcoholic drink in the world, produced and drunk even before agriculture. The earliest archaeological evidence for the production of mead dates to around 7000 BC.
|Low in Sulphites||N/A|
|Wine Style||Rich and Honey Flavoured|