I’ve been championing Greyfriar’s Sparkling Wines, particularly their Blanc de Blancs, ever since I stumbled across them practically on my doorstep.
The 2014 BdB has only just been released, but once again impresses with its striking freshness and vibrant, crisp orchard fruit flavours. It’s all about crisp green apple with a twist of lemon!
The low dosage of 4g/l ensures a super fresh profile and will suit those looking for an uber-refreshing sparkling wine.
At £21 a bottle from the cellar door, this wine remains one of the best value English Sparkling wines on the market.
Lots of tangy cranberry and raspberry red berry flavours with a big hit of grapefruit tang.
WOTM February 2019 Packed full of character; crisp orchard fruit leads to fuller notes of honeyed apricot and delicious biscuit notes.
Crisp green apple and citrus flavours with flesh peach and textural oak spiciness.
Quite simply the best, most grown-up wine that has been released to date from the rising stars of Surrey. Very exciting!
A fresh and fruity first vintage of still rosé from Greyfriars in Surrey.
A fruit forward rosé with delicious subtle notes of spice and vanilla.