Brut NV- Buy 5 Bottles Get 1 Free
Brut NV- Buy 5 Bottles Get 1 Free
Brut NV- Buy 5 Bottles Get 1 Free
Brut NV- Buy 5 Bottles Get 1 Free

Brut NV- Buy 5 Bottles Get 1 Free

6 bottle case

A great example of a classic English Sparkling Wine. If you enjoy a non-vintage Champagne, then this is the sparkling wine for you. Chapel Down Brut NV is an elegant blend of four classic grape varieties.

  • On the Nose - Red apple, citrus fruits, and freshly baked bread.
  • On the Palate – Hints of strawberry and quince.
  • Finish - Well balanced, long finish.
  • 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 – Brut NV is great as an aperitif or a perfect pairing to the British classic - fish and chips.
  • Awards - Silver Medal, Wine GB Awards 2021, Silver Medal, Decanter World Wine Awards 2020.

Now on offer at £135 per case!

75cl bottles.

£162.00

£135.00

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"Bursting with crisp green apple, lemon and lime, this celebration wine could happily fill the gap where you'd ordinarily sip champagne" Good Housekeeping


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: White Sparkling
  • Vintage: NV
  • Single bottle price: £27
  • Grape: Chardonnay Pinot Blanc Pinot Meunier Pinot Noir
  • ABV: 12%
  • Food pairing:

    Fish and chips 

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Viticulture

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

Accolades

Silver Medal, Wine GB 2021

Silver Medal, International Wine Challenge 2020

Silver Medal, Decanter World Wine Awards 2020

Silver Medal, Decanter World Wine Awards 2019

Silver Medal, Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2019