Grassy and aromatic with plentiful tropical fruit richness thanks to the fantastic 2018 vintage fruit.
A curious fusion of ripe peach, hints of lightly grilled tropical fruit, with a twist of lime & smoky notes.
Bright red cherry and cranberry flavours that soften to creamier textures and notes of warm brioche. Delicious!
A very welcoming light creaminess that adds texture and contrast to the fresh, crisp red berry fruit flavours.
Notes of thyme and sage add a savoury component that would pair well with many summer dishes.
A delicious, rich Brut Reserve from Gusbourne with lovely nutty complexity.
A beautiful fusion of youthful citrus fruit and crunchy apples complemented by rounder, peachy notes.
Pretty cranberry and raspberry flavours partnering crisp apple and sweet pear notes.
A flourish of crisp apples and hints of white peach, before a wave of tangy red fruit and light spiced almond notes.
Spritely energy with richer, riper tropical fruit and white peach notes.
An intense fusion of tropical fruit, zesty citrus fruits and vibrant tropics that is immediately Bacchus-like, with added bubbles.
A fusion of pear, elderflower, zesty lime and gooseberry, with a softer, riper mix of light peach and honeydew melon.
A strikingly pure prestige cuvée, the purity of the ultra-low dosage lets the fruit do the talking.
A very pure, dry expression of Bacchus but with the added lift of the light bubbles.
This wine was such an exciting sip, and my favourite of an incredibly strong line-up of 2018 wines from Flint.
Bright, zingy lime and grapefruit flavours, with passion fruit and gooseberry notes.
A most vivid ruby red colour, with a dynamic nose of cherry, wild strawberry and dried herb notes.
Lots of tangy cranberry and raspberry red berry flavours with a big hit of grapefruit tang.
A rosé that you can generously sip away on without feeling too guilty about the units.
Lots of character for a light wine, with pleasing floral and mineral notes on the finish.
A celebration of English Chardonnay purity, and it comes with such welcoming texture and complexity.
A little nervy; tangy apple and vibrant citrus, but it integrates so brilliantly with the supple mousse.
Baked apple pudding and ripe stone fruit flavours set the stage for an incredibly approachable Blanc de Blancs.
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 […]