This is the first vintage of single varietal Chardonnay from Nutbourne, and it hass already gone on to win a couple of bronze medals (IWSC & UKVA).
It’s an unoaked Chardonnay, so the fruity characters of the grape really come through on the nose, with notes of green apples with lemon and hints of nectarine.
On the palate again it’s all about the fruit; good acidity with citrus and lots of tangy apple richness. Good length and dry finish.
A good example of a clean and tasty English Chardonnay.
Light but intense and refreshing with dry elegance and purity.
Very clean palate, rich zesty flavours with baked apples & pastry notes.
Surprisingly rich nose with cherry, liquorice and subtle hints of vanilla.
Very much a summer drinking rosé, with surprising length and citrus vibrancy.
A delicious wine, lively and full in flavour with a sweeter fruit streak.
Another excellent delicate and aromatic white wine from Nutbourne in Sussex.