A special six-bottle case showcasing our two very different sparkling wines. The yin and yang, if you like.
3 x Charmat method rosé and 3 x traditional method Blanc de Noirs.
We were one of the first English wine producers to break the mould and produce a sparkling wine from the method used in Prosecco, known as Charmat. This rosé wine has been very well received, being hailed as ‘the finest example of a sparkling rosé wine from this method from anywhere in the world’ by Matthew Jukes (Daily Mail, MoneyWeek). Delicate in colour but full of cherry fruits, this makes the perfect aperitif for any occasion. It recently won a bronze medal at the International Wine Challenge and we believe it must be the first non-traditional method sparkling wine from England to wine an international award.
In comparison to that, our Blanc de Noirs traditional method was made in 2016 from the same process used in Champagne. It has spent two years ageing in the bottle on its yeast sediment (lees) to develop complex, brioche notes whilst retaining a pure fruit character. A limited release wine (only 1,500 made) that is ideal for celebrating a really special event. It recently won a silver medal at the International Wine Challenge, ranked amongst the top English wines in that competition.
This makes the perfect case for those who love sparkling wine and will enjoy comparing these very different styles.