Scotland’s first home grown wine is branded ‘undrinkable’
Wine connoisseurs have waited years to taste Scotland’s first to be grown from the grape. But, unfortunately a vineyard owner’s plans appear not to be ripe enough for their delicate palate after they described the wine as undrinkable. Christopher Trotter, from Aberdeen, hoped to defy the climate and set up his own vineyard in Fife three years ago. There has been international interest in his bid to make wine in one of Europe’s wettest countries, and the first bottles of “Chateau Largo” have been keenly awaited.