England: Sparkling

Stopham Brut Prestige 2017, Sussex

The perfect bottle of bubbles to offer up during a garden party or as an aperitif! This traditional method English sparkling wine is elegant and fresh in equal measure with notes of honeyed brioche and grapefruit. A delight in a glass. Cheers!

*Stopham’s Brut Prestige opened our Christmas 2020 tasting ‘An Evening of English Decadence’ and we could not have hoped for a more perfect opening to this extra special tasting.

WineStopham Brut Prestige
Stylefresh and vibrant; a perfect English aperitif
VarietyChardonnay (80%) & Pinot Noir (20%)
Ageing30 months on the lees

Sharpham Sparkling Blanc 2017, Devon

Exceptional winemaking has produced a stunning English traditional method wine. After harvest, grapes were ‘whole berry pressed’ at a tonne at a time, followed by racking (to remove the wine from other grape matter). The ferment was carried out at a controlled 14.5 degrees centigrade until dry. The wine then matured over the winter before being blended in preparation for bottling in the traditional method.

WineSharpham Sparkling Blanc
StyleFresh, pure fruit with a complex finish
VarietyChardonnay & Pinot Noir
Ageing30 months on the lees

Canterbury Rosé 2018, Kent

An exquisite sparkling rosé offering a real point of difference from others on the market! The mousse on the Canterbury Rosé is luscious, full and creamy giving the perception of strawberries and cream on the nose. On the pallets, a rich raspberry sorbet. A revelation of a wine!

WineCanterbury Rosé
Stylerich and complex with opulent fruit and a creamy finish
VarietyPinot Noir
Ageing15 months on the lees
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