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Wiston Brut NV

£29.50

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Notes

  • Blend 35% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 30% Pinot Meunier
  • Vintage Non-vintage (NV)
  • Bottling Our wines are bottled the summer after harvest, which is the moment they begin their second fermentation, which gives them their bubbles and evolved character. 2018
  • Alcohol 12%
  • Dosage The dosage indicates the amount per litre of sugar in the 'liqueur de dosage', a mixture of wine and sugar added to the bottles when they are disgorged at the end of the ageing process, to ensure balance and harmony in the final blend. 8 grams per litre
  • Food Pairing Fish & Chips! Makes a wonderful aperitif with nibbles as well.
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OUR BENCHMARK SPARKLING WINE – A DELICIOUS TREAT

“The NV Brut from Wiston has been a go-to English Sparkler for some time now… a steely, malic bouquet of dew-speckled Granny Smith apples, wet limestone and petrichor… the palate is full of tension thanks to the driving acidity… vivacious green apples intermixed with gooseberry and a touch of grapefruit.” Neal Martin

Our Brut NV combines a purity of green apple and ripe lemon flavours with a rich and complex maturity. This multi-vintage wine is a highly-scented sparkling wine with fine bubbles, lots of toasty, biscuity autolysis from long lees-aging and a long finish.

Our NV wines are a composition of many vintages blended together. The journey of this wine started in 2008 where we reserved a small amount of wine. Each year that we harvest grapes and make wine, we build up our reserve wines. This allows us to create a style consistent year on year and show a piece of Wiston history in every glass. This current iteration is made up of 70% of wine from 2017. When it is ready to be released the wine is disgorged here at the winery, and allowed to rest before release.

Best Sparkling

in the Independent English Wine Awards 2019

Four stars

from Harpers in 2018

Gold award

in the 2017 International Wine Challenge

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