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From the largest UK wine producer, and three-time winner of Winemaker of the Year, the English Wines Group have used traditional methods to produce this quality, crisp, sparkling wine. England has really raised the bar when it comes to sparkling wines. With similar soil and climate to the Champagne region, each year the wines get better. This Brut is produced and fermented using traditional methods.
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|When to Drink||Now|
|Grapes||Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc/Bianco|
|Pairing||On its own or with fish|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Chapel Down is the UK's largest winemaker - and one of its best. Even ten years ago, English wine wasn't something any wine lover gave much time to. Its thanks to pioneers like Chapel Down that that's all changed and English wine has gained the recognition it deserves. Their vineyards are ideally positioned in the south-east, with HQ among the oast houses, deep in picturesque Kent. Here, the chalk soils and balmy climate are ideal for making crisp wines. It's made using the laborious and expensive 'traditional method', standard in Champagne. But though it's made from the same grapes - Chardonnay and Pinot Noir - these are altogether zestier bubbles. Apple. Lemongrass. Quince. It's fresh, fruity and really moreish. Perfect to cut through the crunchy batter of fish and chips.
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