It either doesn't exist, or the winemaker (Bruce Scotland) has a puckish sense of humor.
You can Google
the hell out of "Tayland Cellars" and you won't find any primary website.
You will, however discover all you ever wanted to know about a London restaurant called Mien Tay.
I did, however, manage to glean some information from secondary sources, such as blogs, Wine Searcher, and a few online stores.
But apparently the winery itself exists in some parallel dimension, and to make things even more enigmatic, Bruce
produces wines under a bewildering variety of brand names and labels.
having too much fun.
I can't vouch for the accuracy of what I discovered, especially since I Googled "Bruce Scotland
" and got a ton of information about Robert the Bruce, William Wallace, and the Scottish rebellion.
bought his fruit from Andy Beckstoffer's George III vineyard (also not a bad way to go), and produced only a few hundred cases in each vintage in the mid Nineties.
So if anyone can tell me more about this winemaker and his wines, or if Bruce himself manages to see this, I'd love to have a chat with him.
Seems a shame to make such great wine and then disappear.
Now, on to what he
puts in the bottle.