Distilled from wine made at the vineyard and aged in oak casks, Rush displays a classic harmony of complex aromas with floral notes and lingering spice on the palate.
Rush is an English brandy made exclusively from grapes grown and fermented in Oxfordshire's Thames valley. Carefully aged in oak casks, Rush displays a classic harmony of complex aromas, with floral notes and a lingering spice on the palate.
Smooth and rounded, this brandy is a select edition of under 500 bottles per year.
In 1280 John de la Russhe obtained land bordering the south side of the River Thames and founded the Manor of Rush Court. Now Brightwell Vineyard grows 8 varieties of grape on the rich alluvial soils of Rush Court, making award winning wine and this fine English Brandy.