If there was one wine that defines Exton Park’s winemaking intentions and style then it’s the Gold Medal Winning Pinot Meunier Rosé.
This wine has gone through just 12 months on the lees ageing, a reduced period intended on preserving the grape’s natural qualities. A low dosage of 6.5g continues to allow nature to be expressive.
The wine impresses on first glance with its delightfully pale pink complexion – it’s so subtle and inviting. In the glass, fine streams of bubbles, very persistent and elegant.
One the nose is a very clean profile; citrus zest and vibrant minerality meet notes of white flower and subtle red berry fragrance.
The palate is similarly clean with a distinctive precision. Taught flavours of fresh cranberry and red currant explode with each sip. More rounded on the mid taste with white peach and raspberry in there too before a lovely mineral finish lingers in the mouth.
Bright with striking minerality, but rounded by a silky soft mousse and ripe fruit
Ripe cherry, raspberry and peach with delicate complexities and tingling minerality.
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.
This is a true wine lovers rosé with subtle red fruit and warm brioche notes.
A wonderfully rounded and easy drinking Blanc de Noirs with subtle red berry notes.
A beautifully refined wine that is precise and elegant with its distinctive English character.