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The town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is near here. The English translation describes two local churches "St Mary's Church in the Hollow of the White Hazel near a Rapid Whirlpool and the Church of St. Tysilio near the Red Cave" and I always thought that this was the long standing, traditional name. I was amazed to find that the name was coined as a publicity gimmick in the 1860s, as the London to Holyhead rail line was opened. The townsfolk decided that they would change to town name so that the railway station had the longest station name in the world. And it worked! Ever since people have poured in from far and wide, coachloads every day. So, in the spirit of this I decided that I would have the wine with the longest name in the world. And here it is:

 

"GwinllanynLlainGamsy’nedrychdrosddyffrynafonNodwyddaThraethCochynardaloharddwchnaturioleithriadolYnysMôn-MônMamCymru"

 

"Vineyard in the Crooked Field overlooking the valley of the River Noddwyth and Red Wharf Bay in the Traeth Coch area outstanding natural beauty on the Island of Anglesey ‘Mother of Wales’"

Llain Gam Solaris (The wine with the longest name in the world)

£18.00Price
  • ABV: 11% | 75cl Bottle

     

    Can be enjoyed as an aperitif. Solaris goes well with all seafood, pasta and chicken.

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