WOTM January 2019 A cut above many examples in the price range and exceptionally good value.
An exceptionally balanced Blanc de Blancs from Nyetimber that is only just entering its stride and with a long life ahead.
Fresh, clean orchard fruit qualities with a steely, chalky textures on the finish.
A confident rosé is suited to those who find the angular acidity of some English sparkling wines a little bracing.
A light and crisp sparkling wine from Hampshire, usually made from a blend of Auxerrois and Pinot Gris.
A sublime Sussex sparkling demonstrating exceptional development and integration.
Bright and precise, this elegant Blanc de Blancs excels with its focussed orchard fruit flavours and delicate minerality.
A first of its kind Meunier Blanc de Noirs with distinctive red apple, berry and nutty savoury character.
A deeper rosé with rich wild strawberry, raspberry and a hint of winter spice.
Both driving and giving, ending on a delicious honey roasted nut complexity that lingers elegantly on the finish.
Probably the best mainstream own-label English wine on the market right now.
Honeyed pastry notes add weigh to a clean mineral backbone in this delicate but expressive Rosé.
A hugely impressive and appealing wine demonstrating sublime integration and development.
A Perfect balance between the zesty vibrance, the riper stone fruit flavours and nutty, biscuity notes.
A wealth of biscuit, oatmeal and nutty complexity, whilst the texture is smooth, creamy and enveloping.
Rich on the ripe orchard fruit flavours with a decadently creamy, soft mousse.
Crisp citrus up front, with crunchy red apple and tangy cranberry notes, this is a perfectly balanced rosé.
A delicious, rich Brut Reserve from Gusbourne with lovely nutty complexity.
A lively, crisp palate awaits with a zesty lemon tart zing and lightly honeyed stone fruit flavours.
A textbook example of winemaker restraint resulting in a wine of finesse and precision.
A first of its kind Charmat method sparkling Rosé from Flint Vineyard.
Impressive length with profound yeasty complexity on the finish.
Quite simply the best, most grown-up wine that has been released to date from the rising stars of Surrey. Very exciting!
A fun, fruity and playful wine with an underlying red berry fruit purity that remains firmly true to Albourne Estate’s established stylistic expression.