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New release, November 2022. £16.50 a bottle.
A fine Crémant like ours can be really good value and we think it sits well between, say, Prosecco and Champagne in terms of quality, style and price. Part of that value ratio comes from the strict rules for making the stuff - such as hand picking into crates and the second fermentation in bottle, as opposed to cheaper tank-made fizz. We planted this block of Sémillon vines in 2004 and our first vintage of our sparkling wine, made from this single parcel, was 10 years later. The extra ageing on the lees gives the wine a bit more weight.
"Top-notch Crémant from an ambitious, English-owned Château – crisp, dry and appetising” is how the experts judged the 2018 for the 'Bordeaux Hot 50 Selection' and the follow-up from 2019 fits the same bill.
It’s dry, but not too dry, and very moreish. Perfect for festive drinking.
The back label: A sparkling Crémant that was made in the ‘méthode traditionnelle’ - using our hand picked Sémillon grapes from a single block, with a second fermentation in bottle. This dry Blanc de Blancs was aged on the lees and disgorged later for a slightly richer, fuller taste. 11% vol.
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"Top-notch Crémant from an ambitious, English-owned Château – crisp, dry and appetising." Bordeaux Hot 50, 2020 selection - on the 2018