The Princess has a wonderful deeper golden tone. The bubbles are a little on the lighter side, however the wine still as lively as ever on pouring.
A curious nose of bruised apple and sweet apricots with brown sugar and hazelnut complexity.
That time in the bottle has prompted the development of a surprisingly savoury profile of toasted hazelnut, sourdough bread with dried apricot flavours.
Texturally this has a gloriously full weight and a creamy silky mouthfeel. My advice is to grab a couple of bottles and enjoy now as there are few English Sparkling wines on the market that offer this amount of age and complexity for around £30.00.
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