Sharpham Sparkling Reserve NV

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Sharpham Sparkling Reserve NV

 

 

Grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay & Pinot Blanc

An elegant dry traditionally made sparkling wine with a rich depth of fruit which comes from the time it spends maturing on the lees. This is a beautifully balanced wine, perfect with canapés on any celebratory occasion! 

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£30.95 per bottle /£371.40 case of 12 bottles

Free delivery on orders over £150.00

Sharpham Sparkling Reserve NV

Tasting notes

Style:- Elegant dry traditionally made sparkling wine

Colour:- Light Golden

Nose:- Rich depth of fruit with biscuity aromas

Palate:- Acidity very well integrated with falvours of almond and upfront ripe fruit

Wine making

The grapes were harvested in 2012 and 2013 and fermented in stainless steel. In 2014 we inoculated the wine with a small amount of yeast and sugar to induce the secondary fermentation. The wine then remained on the lees for a further 12 months before being disgorged.

 

 

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PREVIOUS WINNER OF THE BEST INTERNATIONAL TROPHY - WORLD SPARKLING WINE COMPETITION

PREVIOUS WINNER OF THE BEST SPARKLING TROPHY IN THE SOUTHWEST 2012 - SOUTHWEST VINEYARDS

Grape variety: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay & Pinot Blanc

An elegant dry traditionally made sparkling wine with a rich depth of fruit which comes from the time it spends maturing on the lees. This is a beautifully balanced wine, perfect with canapés on any celebratory occasion!

£30.95 per bottle /£371.40 case of 12 bottles

Free delivery on orders over £150.00

Tasting notes

Style:- Elegant dry traditionally made sparkling wine

Colour:- Light Golden

Nose:- Rich depth of fruit with biscuity aromas

Palate:- Acidity very well integrated with falvours of almond and upfront ripe fruit

Wine making

The grapes were harvested in 2012 and 2013 and fermented in stainless steel. In 2014 we inoculated the wine with a small amount of yeast and sugar to induce the secondary fermentation. The wine then remained on the lees for a further 12 months before being disgorged.

 

Click here for a printable/PDF version

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