The current release is made from the three classic Champagne varietals, organically grown and harvested in the Weald of Kent by Herbert Hall in 2014.
With a slightly toasted golden colour in the glass, the bubbles are tiny but lively and persistent - a sign of this wine's refined beauty.
The nose on this wine is light and elegant; light citrus and fresh green apple aromas with hints of pastry.
On the palate, this wine is suitably demure; a soft soothing mousse partners a modest but brisk acidity. Flavours of freshly picked orchard fruit lead to a dry subtle finish of lemon zest and almond.
It’s a pure clean expression, but the soft mouthfeel makes the Highgrove Sparkling a thoroughly enjoyable experience throughout.