In the 1930′s, this Indian garden was owned by Mr. Bagdon, who, with his two daughters, sailed
from England to India to visit the garden. The younger daughter, Margaret, fell in love with the
estate and hoped some day she could return. But during the return trip to England, Margaret took ill
and died. In her memory, her father changed the garden’s name to Margaret’s Hope. A delicate
lingering fruity muscatel flavour with delicious dryness aftertaste.