Kicking off our tasting was this all singing, all dancing Blanc de Blancs. Harvested in late October, the wine spent 48 months on the lees.
On the nose, very fresh aromas of pear and green apple with hints of sweet brioche and zesty lemon.
The palate is really rich with vibrant tongue tingling, punchy acidity. The mid taste has direct and clean expression of English orchard fruit.
The finish is lengthy, with hints of pastry and toasted biscuit. A wonderfully crisp and expressive wine.