A selection of world-class vintage sparkling wines - all hailing from the same single vineyard

Wiston Estate Vintage Mixed Case (6 x 75cl)

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2 X CUVÉE 2016 – Wiston Estate’s 2016 Cuvée has a filigree texture that retains our signature precision and elegance. Now drinking beautifully with enticing notes of honeyed citrus, toasted almonds and brioche, it has impressive depth and complexity, with that signature precision and elegance in spades. Displaying a delightful creaminess on the finish, it’s delicious now, yet will also mature beautifully for a decade or more in the cellar.

2 X ROSÉ 2014 – The wine itself is a pale pink sparkling rosé with sweet and spicy aromas of honey, spiced berries and orange peel. At first it’s a fruit-forward wine, brimming with ripe cherries and cranberries, but it has a sumptuous creamy finish. Our Rosé 2014 is a remarkable match for rich and smoked dishes, and holds its own with even the boldest of British ingredients, such as game and Christmas pudding. Critics have highlighted its ‘concentrated’ and ‘complex’ character and although it’s ready to drink, it will also develop for the right occasion.

1 X BLANC DE BLANCS 2015 – Released in early 2020, after the extraordinary success of the previous vintage 2011 Wiston Blanc De Blancs, fruit for this vintage was picked in the warm October and November of 2015. This wine is elegant and complex with notes of tangerine, honeydew melon, honeysuckle and brioche. The concentrated flavour and broad delivery is the hallmark of a wine with impressive ability to age. Aged in 50% mature Burgundy oak barrels and 50% stainless steel, this single-vineyard, single-vintage, single-varietal Blanc de Blancs is perfect for immediate drinking and will also cellar beautifully.

1 X BLANC DE NOIR 2014 – Released in September 2021, this is a wonderful example of Blanc de Noir, abundant with complex character and intensity of flavour. Aromas of lemon cake and macadamia nut deliver an inviting a sense of opulence. A round and weighty texture on the palate, abound with notes of rhubarb, dried orange and greengage. Further finesse shows through on the long finish, with hints of Himalayan pink salt and electric freshness, a subtle note of sweetness of Braeburn apple. Undeniable potential to age further.

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