Digby’s first Blanc de Blancs is an expressive, racy expression, bursting with precise fruit and delicate honeyed pastry tones.
A charismatic and distinctive multi-vintage blend from Flint Vineyard in Norfolk.
A delightful frothy mouse, and superb vivid pink colour with delicious summer berry flavours.
Weighty and structured, delivering on the promise of a bready, savoury mix with stone fruit pastry.
Crunchy green apple, citrus zest with light creamy waves and a touch of creamy lemon posset.
So beautifully textured, ushered in by a soft, supple mousse and wild purity.
A light off-dry sweetness that adds body and a light generosity compared to the sometimes bracing dryness of most Pét-Nat wines.
Peach, sweet red apple, orange skin and crisp almond pastry, as well as the fragrance of beautiful Burgundian oak.
Delicious winter spiced notes that stands out with orange peel and spiced roasted almonds.
Perfectly judged, bringing forward a creamy generosity to balance the taut red berry and crisp apple flavours.
The perfect melding of the crunchy, fruit-forward styles and the more complex, savoury styles of Blanc de Noirs.
A modern, clean expression of Blanc de Noirs, with a suggestion of creaminess and a peachy generosity.
Superbly structured, beginning with brisk, crisp acidity before giving way to creamy stone fruit and biscuity layers.
Orchard fruits at the forefront, while riper peachy notes form on the mid-taste.
Distinctive and rich, and it’s a wine that I would have a lot of fun with some meaty food pairings.
Visceral and expressive, with aromas of red apple, ginger and aromatic spiced notes.
Crisp and bright with vibrant wild strawberries, raspberries and lemon zest.
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.
A fusion of tangy red berries, orange and lemon citrus with enveloping, peachy generosity that leads to a mineral finish.
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.
The generosity and ripeness of the 2018 vintage manifests itself in waves of ripe red and black berries.
Ripe fruit at the forefront with an orchard fruit fusion of ripe red apple, and generous peachiness.