Another medal for the Guys at Camel Valley, this time 'The IWC Gold medal', awarded at the London International Wine Fair 2012 was for the 2010 Camel Valley Cornwall Brut which is made from 60% Seyval Blanc, 20% Chardonnay and 20% Reichens
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A light pink rosé with a fine mousse. The intriguing nose suggests aromas of raspberry, apples and citrus; the low dosage enables the fruit characters to come to the fore in this wine. The palate is crisp and flavourful, with ripe apple and raspberry flavours, followed by a long and savoury finish. This versatile sparkling wine goes well with a range of food but ideal for a celebration. Serve at 8 degrees.
Grape variety: Reichensteiner, Huxulrebe, Kerner, Rondo, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Seyval Blanc
Vinification: Each varietal was whole bunch pressed and fermented separately at a cool temperature to preserve the aromas. A small proportion of the red varietals used in the blend were macerated for a short period to extract a little colour. After blending, a tirage was added and the wine underwent secondary fermentation in bottle. Before being disgorged, this wine was aged on lees for over 18 months.
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