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  • NV ‘Chalklands’ Classic Cuvee, Simpsons Wine EstateChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    NV ‘Chalklands’ Classic Cuvee, Simpsons Wine Estate

    £2995

    The epitome of English elegance, this rich golden sparkling wine has enticing aromas of caramelised pear and floral millefeuille, combined with bright citrus flavours, linear precision and impressive length.

    The first release of this elegant and luxurious English Sparkling Wine was awarded a Gold Medal and a “Best in Class” title at the 2019 Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships. The 2018 vintage is equally as exquisite and as just as popular – selling out as soon as we get it!

    Simpsons Wine Estate is situated in the Elham Valley; an unspoilt seam in the North Downs of Kent where the contours of the land, the climate and the soil are excellent for viticulture. The intensely lime-rich chalk soil forms part of the same chalk ridge that stretches from southern England through Champagne and on to Burgundy. The grapes come from the Roman Road vineyard, named after the route the Romans first marched when invading England in AD 43.  They are grown on south-facing slopes, ensuring heat accumulation in the day and cold air drainage at night. The vineyard is less than eight miles from the coast, providing a crucial maritime influence insulating the fruit against intense temperature variations.

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  • MV Cuvee Chérie Demi Sec, Nyetimber Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine

    MV Cuvee Chérie Demi Sec, Nyetimber

    £3795

    A unique English dessert sparkling wine.

    Light golden hues illuminate this delicately effervescent wine. Aromas of pure lemon and Acacia honey are followed by a hint of tangerine. The palate of lemon curd is balanced by crisp acidity and a clean, pure structure.

    With a silky texture and refined decadent feel, this is the perfect partner for creamy desserts. At only 12% abv it would also make a wonderfully risqué accompaniment to high tea.

     

     

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  • 2017 ‘White Cliffs’ Blanc de Blancs, Simpsons Wine EstateChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Festive Fizz, Sparkling

    2017 ‘White Cliffs’ Blanc de Blancs, Simpsons Wine Estate

    £3950

    Classic, vibrant aromas of citrus and green apple are balanced with subtle brioche notes and distinctive English minerality and finesse.  White Cliffs 2017 is the first release of a Blanc de Blancs sparkling wine from Simpsons’ Wine Estate, created from 100% estate-grown Chardonnay

    Simpsons Wine Estate is situated in the Elham Valley; an unspoilt seam in the North Downs of Kent where the contours of the land, the climate and the soil are excellent for viticulture. The intensely lime-rich chalk soil forms part of the same chalk ridge that stretches from southern England through Champagne and on to Burgundy. The grapes come from the Roman Road vineyard, named after the route the Romans first marched when invading England in AD 43.  They are grown on south-facing slopes, ensuring heat accumulation in the day and cold air drainage at night. The vineyard is less than eight miles from the coast, providing a crucial maritime influence insulating the fruit against intense temperature variations.

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  • 2018 ‘Flint Fields’ Blanc de Noirs, Simpsons Wine EstateChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    2018 ‘Flint Fields’ Blanc de Noirs, Simpsons Wine Estate

    £3995

    This exceptional top-tier English Sparkling wine was created from estate-grown Pinot Noir grapes.  Burnished gold and with a delicate mousse, this wine has a luxurious, vanilla cream and fine pastry nose, with flavours of fresh Alpine strawberry, toasted brioche and a smooth elegant finish.

    Simpsons Wine Estate is situated in the Elham Valley; an unspoilt seam in the North Downs of Kent where the contours of the land, the climate and the soil are excellent for viticulture. The intensely lime-rich chalk soil forms part of the same chalk ridge that stretches from southern England through Champagne and on to Burgundy. The grapes come from the Roman Road vineyard, named after the route the Romans first marched when invading England in AD 43.  They are grown on south-facing slopes, ensuring heat accumulation in the day and cold air drainage at night. The vineyard is less than eight miles from the coast, providing a crucial maritime influence insulating the fruit against intense temperature variations.

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  • NV Classic Cuvee, Nyetimber Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine

    NV Classic Cuvee, Nyetimber

    £4150

    The signature wine of Nyetimber is a classic blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier and is a perfect balance of elegance and intensity. The blend includes wines from all the Nyetimber vineyards and also from several vintages.

    The pale-golden hue and fine bubbles make the flagship Classic Cuvee Multi-Vintage the ideal occasion-ready drink – whether it’s toasting a big birthday or simply finishing a busy week. Following extensive ageing in the Nyetimber cellars (usually more than three years), the Classic Cuvee Multi-Vintage has distinctive toasty and spicy aromas. A palate of honey, almond, pastry and baked apples gives it a hint of decadence. Intense yet delicate, elegant yet complex – it’s no wonder it’s consistently crowned one of the best English sparkling wines.

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  • 2014 Blanc de Blanc, Nyetimber Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine

    2014 Blanc de Blanc, Nyetimber

    £5500

    This Blanc de Blancs is from the amazing 2014 vintage and shows the classic signature of delicate floral and citrus aromas followed by subtle vanilla and toast flavours, but now with a pure crystalline core thanks to the inclusion of incredible parcels of Chardonnay from Nyetimbers Hampshire vineyards. A long, complex finish.

    This is meticulously made, with the best performing parcels of Chardonnay hand-picked and fermented separately for optimal blending. The wine undergoes full malolactic fermentation for a richer, fuller style.  It is also aged for a longer time on the lees to develop classic brioche and vanilla aromas that are so apparent.

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  • 2013 Blanc de Blanc, Nyetimber Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine

    2013 Blanc de Blanc, Nyetimber

    £5500

    This Blanc de Blancs is from the amazing 2014 vintage and shows the classic signature of delicate floral and citrus aromas followed by subtle vanilla and toast flavours, but now with a pure crystalline core thanks to the inclusion of incredible parcels of Chardonnay from Nyetimbers Hampshire vineyards. A long, complex finish.

    This is meticulously made, with the best performing parcels of Chardonnay hand-picked and fermented separately for optimal blending. The wine undergoes full malolactic fermentation for a richer, fuller style.  It is also aged for a longer time on the lees to develop classic brioche and vanilla aromas that are so apparent.

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  • 2017 ‘The Trouble with Dreams’ Brut, Sugrue SouthDownsChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    2017 ‘The Trouble with Dreams’ Brut, Sugrue SouthDowns

    £5900

    The Trouble with Dreams is a classic blend of barrel-fermented Chardonnay and Pinot Noir boasting great purity and elegance, with lemon and apple aromas leading to a palate of delicate stone fruit and refreshingly crisp acidity. This is long, complex and absolutely delicious.

    A portion of the fruit for this vintage was sourced from the Storrington Priory Vineyard. The majority of grapes came from the exceptional Mount Harry Vineyard near Lewes, in East Sussex. Both of the vineyards are located in Sussex, sitting above the 50th parallel and are influenced by a cool coastal climate. The vineyards have east and southeasterly aspects respectively, encouraging the maximum exposure to the sun, assisting ripening in this capricious climate. The soils are dominated by South Downs chalk which provides superior drainage for the vines, as well as imparting great elegance and finesse to the wines.

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  • MV ‘#Zodo’, SugrueChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    MV ‘#Zodo’, Sugrue

    £5995

    Made without additional dosage ‘#Zodo’ is a sublime expression of English sparkling wine. Aromas of Granny Smith apple and crushed stone lead to a beautifully balanced palate with vibrant acidity, fine weight and a twist of lemon on the finish.

    This wine has been produced from Multiple Vintages, (MV). The fruit comes predominantly from the 2014 vintage, but also contains reserve wines from the 2009 and 2011 vintages.

    80% of the grapes came from the exceptional Mount Harry Vineyard near Lewes, in East Sussex, which sits at 70 metres above sea-level. 20% of the fruit is sourced from the Storrington Priory Vineyard, located at 50 metres above sea-level. Both of the vineyards are located in Sussex, above the 50th parallel and are influenced by a cool coastal climate. Planted in 2006, the vineyards have east and south-easterly aspects encouraging the maximum exposure to the sun, assisting ripening in this capricious climate. The Storrington Priory vineyard consists of greensand soils which impart rounder, fruit profile in the resulting wine. The Mount Harry vineyard is made up of clay loam over pure chalk soils, without flint, which provide superior drainage for the vines, as well as imparting great elegance and finesse to the wines.

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  • 2015 ‘Cuvée Boz’, Blanc de Blancs, SugrueChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    2015 ‘Cuvée Boz’, Blanc de Blancs, Sugrue

    £5995

    This very limited production wine, Sugrue’s first Blanc de Blancs, is winemaker, Dermot’s tribute to his late brother Boz.  A complex and harmonious English sparkling wine, showing aromas of green apple and subtle hints of lemon thyme. Beautifully balanced and poised on the palate, which offers good weight and notes of citrus peel, orange zest and delicate hints of strawberry through to an elegant finish.

    The grapes come from the Jenkyn Place single vineyard, nestled in the Hampshire Downs. The vineyard covers five hectares of vines, on land that was previously used for cultivating hops. The vineyards sit on sheltered, chalky, south-facing slopes at 100 metres above sea level, with greensand soils over marlstone, making them ideal for growing the high-quality grapes. The greensand topsoil at Jenkyn Place is scattered with eroded fragments of chalk, creating a distinctive -and possible unique combination, which is beginning to be translated into the wines. Chalky soils are associated with more gently-fruited wines of notable finesse, while greensand soils deliver a rounder fruit profile.

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  • 2016 ‘Ex Machina 2016’ Sparkling Rosé, Sugrue South DownsChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    2016 ‘Ex Machina 2016’ Sparkling Rosé, Sugrue South Downs

    £5995

    Sugrue South Downs is the personal project of celebrated English sparkling winemaker Dermot Sugrue.  His highly acclaimed and multi-award-winning sparkling wine ‘The Trouble with Dreams’ is stuff of legend and we think the best sparkling wine in the UK.

    This his Sugrues very first rosé, a wine named “Rosé ex Machina” because of its serendipitous conception: 2016 was so fine in quality yet so meagre in quantity that Dermot had decided to make just one wine, putting all of his fruit into the prestige “Cuvée Dr Brendan O’Regan”. Then, just as the harvest was coming to an end and in Dermot’s own words, “the God’s intervened” and he was offered some outstanding fruit from the beautiful Jenkyn Place Vineyard in Hampshire.   From these grapes “Rosé ex Machina” was born.

    Just 4,500 bottles and 200 magnums were produced.

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  • 2011 Blanc de Blanc, RidgeviewChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine

    2011 Blanc de Blanc, Ridgeview

    £6500

    Ridgeview’s beautiful vineyard and winery is nestled at the foot of the South Downs in the village of Ditchling.  They are in an ideal location, set within the picturesque South Downs National Park, famous for its chalky Champagnesque soils.

    This 2011 Blanc de Blanc is made from 100% Chardonnay from Ridgeviews home block Chardonnay vineyard.  It has a substantial bottle age that has allowed it to evolve into a stunning example of English sparkling wine.   Elegant, pale gold with silvery highlights in the glass. The nose has classic lemon zest aromas alongside vintage-specific notes of peach, lychee and pineapple. The generous fruit on the nose and palate is balanced by a complex hazelnut and toasted brioche character. The palate offers a ripe, rounded body to compliment the bright acidity and elegant mousse. There is a saline minerality that lingers long on the finely-balanced finish.

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  • 2011 Blanc de Blanc, Hattingley ValleyChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine

    2011 Blanc de Blanc, Hattingley Valley

    £7500

    Winner of the Best Blanc de Blancs in the World at the 2017 Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships.

    This magnificent Blanc de Blanc from Hattingley Valley has aged wonderfully as you would expect of top quality Blanc de Blanc.  It shows a vibrant hue and opens with aromas of sourdough bread, kumquat and shades of forest floor that fill the nose. The palate shows great vibrancy and weight with bright lemon oil, nectarine and brioche.  This gives way to a rich toasty and honeyed charm. The palate is beautifully balanced and complex.  A rich and rounded mouthfeel and long finish.

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  • 2013 Tillington Single Vineyard, Nyetimber Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine

    2013 Tillington Single Vineyard, Nyetimber

    £9500

    Pale gold with fine bubbles, the nose is full of wild strawberries and raspberries, reminiscent of British summer fruits. On the palate, this delicate fruit is accompanied by complex flavours of toasted almonds, pastry and praline. The wine balances elegance and richness in perfect harmony, with refreshing acidity and a textured, decadent finish.

    The Tillington vineyard is located in the middle of the South Downs National Park, on the narrow greensand strip formed during the Cretaceous Period. The geology is of prime importance here since it has determined the characteristics of the shallow soil above – excellent underlying drainage, low natural fertility – and influences the development of the vine roots. The Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vines grow on a south-facing slope, ranging between a 5% and 10% incline to capture the sunlight. Every operation from pruning to picking is carefully performed so that the grapes reveal the site’s uniqueness. Winemaker Cherie Spriggs describes this plot as “something really magical.”

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