A charismatic and distinctive multi-vintage blend from Flint Vineyard in Norfolk.
A sumptuous mixture of ripe stone fruit and crisp orchard and citrus fruits, while the 13.5% ABV brings a glamorous richness.
Crunchy green apple, citrus zest with light creamy waves and a touch of creamy lemon posset.
So beautifully textured, ushered in by a soft, supple mousse and wild purity.
Packed full of crunchy green orchard fruit, with crisp apples and greengage, and hints of white pepper and lemon.
Crisp, taut crunchy apples and zesty flavours, then a lightly peachy weight that leads to a lengthy finish.
Understated and elegant: there’s a bright nose of red apple and citrus zest, with a mineral, struck match note.
A light off-dry sweetness that adds body and a light generosity compared to the sometimes bracing dryness of most Pét-Nat wines.
A fusion of green apple, poached pear and peachy notes with an underlying bitter orange complexity.
An understated white peach, crisp green apple, tingling citrus and mineral finish.
Green apple, citrus, white peach, and a flinty minerality with a light textured nuttiness.
This is classic Blanc de Blancs territory – baked apple, hints of pear and peach on the nose as well as an indulgent biscuity pastry note.
Brisk, crisp acidity and crunchy orchard fruit flavours, with the zing of tangy pineapple and rounder white peach flavours.
A promising Chardonnay with notes of ripe apple and peach, butterscotch and toasted spice.
Quite simply the juiciest, ripest, most textural English Chardonnay there is.
The signature Exton Park crunchy acidity and purity was there in spades, supported by soft waves of ripe apple, peach skin and even suggestions of melon.
Brisk, bold but subtly tempered acidity integrates nicely with rich peachy and apricot flavours.
The generosity and ripeness of the 2018 vintage manifests itself in waves of ripe red and black berries.
Ripe fruit at the forefront with an orchard fruit fusion of ripe red apple, and generous peachiness.
Fine-tuned, linear acidity and crunchy green apples lead to riper pear and apricot flavours.
A hint of tangy red berries and lots of nutty pastry complexity, leading to a clean mineral finish.
Superbly wholesome and precise, but seasoned with just the right amount of spiced pastry and biscuit to add structure and texture.
This latest Wiston is showing lots of potential already but it is really going to start to sing with a few more years in the bottle.
Very pure, with a textured oaty grip that contrasts well with the clean, precise fruit flavours and delicate minerality