English Rose NV and Gift Box
English Rose NV and Gift Box

English Rose NV and Gift Box

Single bottle

The perfect gift for any occasion. The epitome of an English rose, delicate and feminine. If you enjoy a non-vintage Rosé Champagne, then this is the sparkling wine for you. Chapel Down English Rose NV is an elegant blend of four classic grape varieties.

  • On the Nose - Redcurrant, citrus and slightly toasted.
  • On the Palate – Strawberry, blackcurrant and rosehip.
  • Finish - Rounded and fresh.
  • Vineyards - Kent, East Sussex, Essex and Dorset.
  • Winemaking - Cool fermentation in stainless steel followed by full malolactic fermentation. Maturation on fine lees in tank for six months before bottling, then 18 months further ageing on lees in bottle.
  • Food Pairing – English Rose NV is great as an aperitif or with canapes. Alternatively, pair with summer fruit pudding.

Presented in an elegant gift box with an optional personalised gift message. 75cl bottle.

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£30.00

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A bottle of our delicious Chapel Down Sparkling English Rose presented in an elegant gift box with optional personalised gift message.

Winemaking

Cool fermentation in stainless steel followed by full malolactic fermentation. Maturation on fine lees in tank for six months before bottling and an average of 18 months further ageing on lees in bottle.

Analysis

  • Type: Rose Sparkling
  • Vintage: NV
  • Grape: Chardonnay Pinot Blanc Pinot Meunier Pinot Noir
  • ABV: 12%
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Viticulture

Fruit is sourced from vineyards in Kent, Essex, East Sussex and Dorset. Grapes are grown predominantly on single and double guyot pruning systems, on varied soils including, chalk, clay and loam soils.