Cottonworth Rosé Brut NV


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Really vivid aromas of apple and blackberry lead to a restrained, elegant palate with tiny bubbles and an excellent long finish.

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The vines are planted at 40-70 metres above sea level on south- and southeast-facing slopes of varying degrees of chalkiness: Chardonnay on the soils with the highest chalk content, Pinot Meunier on those with the lowest, and Pinot Noir on intermediate soils. The Pinot Noir is mainly from Champagne clones, with some Burgundy clones giving colour to the rosé.

The grapes were pressed gently in a traditional basket press, then the juice fermented in a mixture of temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks and barriques. The wine was then blended with a component of red Pinot Noir and bottled for the second fermentation, spending several years on lees before disgorgement.

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Vintage NV
Alcoholic strength 12.0%
Country England
Region Hampshire
Grapes Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier
Dry/Sweet value 1
Contains sulphites Yes
Vegetarian Yes
Vegan Yes
Organic No
Biodynamic No
Closure Cork

The Liddell family have farmed at Cottonworth, in the Test Valley, for five generations. They planted their first vines in 2005, and the vineyard has grown ever since, along with Cottonworth’s reputation as a top-drawer sparkling wine producer. Before that, Hugh Liddell, who runs the wine side of the farm, worked and studied in Burgundy, and has since done vintages in South Africa and New Zealand as well as gaining a viticulture and oenology degree from Plumpton College, allowing him to be fully hands-on in the production of these exceptional wines.

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