Danebury Vineyards, established in 1988, have long been champions of Madeleine Angevine. This latest vintage makes the most of 2018’s exceptional ripening reason, resulting in a brilliant, crisp wine with all the delicate charms this grape brings. There are fresh, citrus peel aromas, tingling minerality and floral notes.
On the delicious palate there’s more of the same, beginning with crisp green apple, pear and lemon freshness. The ripe vintage shows through in the form of fleshy white peach, while light salinity and floral hints shine through on the finish.
I tasted this with a selection of homemade nigiri sushi, and the crispness and purity of the wine were perfect with the freshness of the seafood.
Lots of character for a light wine, with pleasing floral and mineral notes on the finish.
A light and crisp sparkling wine from Hampshire, usually made from a blend of Auxerrois and Pinot Gris.
Excellent balance between freshness and fragrance makes this a fantastic Asian food pairing.
Notes of tropical fruit keep the Cossack fruit-focussed, this is light, elegant and refreshing.
An aromatic and fruity Hampshire wine, with zesty line freshness.
A taste of Hampshire in a glass, a clean and fruity white wine.