Continuing the previous wine’s playful and energetic nature, this Chardonnay is unoaked and made from fruit from West and East Sussex.
The nose is bright and fresh, with a fusion of citrus zest, crisp apples and light flurries of fleshy tropical fruit.
To taste, the Chardonnay continues the playful nature that the nose suggested. There is brisk, crisp acidity and crunchy orchard fruit flavours, with the zing of tangy pineapple and rounder white peach flavours.
Pleasing mineral notes and lemon curd on the finish conjure thoughts of both Chablis and New World Chardonnay.
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.
Joyous, fruity and refreshing, with bursts of tangy red berries interspersed with crisp citrus.