Our multi award-winning Rosé Brut NV is made from 100% Pinot Noir grape and matured on fine lees in tank for six months before a further 18 months ageing on... Read More
Our multi award-winning Rosé Brut NV is made from 100% Pinot Noir grape and matured on fine lees in tank for six months before a further 18 months ageing on lees in bottle before release. With aromas of wild strawberries, lemon and shortbread, this elegant rosé sparkling has a crisp, fresh palate and fine mousse.
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At Chapel Down, Pinot Noir is the second most important grape variety for traditional method Sparkling Wine, behind Chardonnay. The Pinot Noir grape variety makes up approximately one third of all the area under vine in the UK and constitutes 38% of the vineyard area in Champagne. Many wine regions grow Pinot Noir to use in red winemaking, but here at Chapel Down we use it exclusively for traditional method sparkling wine and, in our rosé still wines.
The majority of Chapel Down's vineyards are planted on the North Downs of Kent - the Garden of England's very own terroir with south facing chalk slopes and ideal warmer weather. However we also have other partner vineyards on clay, chalk and greensand across the Weald of Kent, a variety of terroirs which are suitable for the cultivation of exceptional quality fruit.
The tradition sparkling method used by Champagne producers starts with wine grapes (both white and red) fermented separately before being mixed together into a special cuvee blend. A small amount of yeast, sugar and wine is added to start the secondary fermentation. This fermentation traps carbon dioxide in the bottle. Bottles are then slowly rotated over time to settle the dead yeast in the neck of the bottle. Finally the dead yeast particles are removed via disgorging, with the wine mixture topped up with a liquer de tirage.