Winemaker: Hattingley Valley Region: Hampshire Wine Type: Blanc de Blancs Vintage: 2013 RRP: £47.50 Volume: 12% grape varieties: Chardonnay WINE REVIEW Hattingley Valley’s inaugural Blanc de Blancs 2011 won the title of Best Blanc de Blancs in the World at the 2017 Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships. This, the follow-up 2013 vintage, has big […]
Bright and precise, this elegant Blanc de Blancs excels with its focussed orchard fruit flavours and delicate minerality.
Impressive length with profound yeasty complexity on the finish.
Notes of tropical fruit keep the Cossack fruit-focussed, this is light, elegant and refreshing.
Creamy with great weight, hints of spice and a delightful drying finish.
Very refined with gorgeous textures throughout, this will mature excellently in the bottle.
Delicious honeyed stone fruit flavours meet brisk, vibrant acidity.
A cut above many examples in the price range and exceptionally good value.
Delicious BdN with a real sense of journey, with nutty and savoury complexity.
Very approachable, with deeper hints of savoury that the Pinots bring to a sparkling wine.
Sweet baked apple, apricot and rich biscuity pastry notes – very inviting!
A delicious Pinot Gris sparkling, balancing purity & freshness with richer honeyed flavours.
Dermot Sugrue’s latest masterpiece comes in the form of a Pinot biased Cuvée from Wiston.
Another punchy and driving sparkling Seyval Blanc from Peter Hall.
A delicious first ever sparkling wine from Alison Nightingale’s Albourne Estate.
This Rosé has everything – the fresh crisp bite of citrus & a wonderful underlying yeasty depth.
Packed full of character; a weighty hug with a pleasingly dry finish.
Brilliant crisp acidity up front with zingy citrus and red currant flavours.
An indulgent Classic Cuvée with rich notes of baked pear and ripe peach, with integrated honey sweetness.
A wonderfully full and involving palate with superb flavours of orchard fruit and a real nutty oatmeal quality.
Silky, almost buttery with ripe orchard fruit flavours with a confident fresh cut through which draws you back in.
Bracing, unctuous and exuberant – the Sugrue Pierre 2013 is all this, and then some!
A superb first release from Raimes, a rounded Blanc de Noir with hints of spice and red fruit.
A taste of Hampshire in a glass, a clean and fruity white wine.