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Sparkling Wine

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  • Prosecco Frizzante Spago Giacomo Montresor 11% 75cl
    Classic Prosecco! A lovely light aromatic nose (herbs, crusty bread and peaches overlaid with the characteristic warm, earthy appley notes of the variety) leads to a confident, creamy, lemon-tanged palate and a bright, lively finish.
    Wine name: Prosecco Frizzante Spago, Domenico de Bertiol
    Producer: Giacomo Montresor Region: Veneto
    Web link: www.vinimontresor.it Vintage: NV
    Country: Italy ABV: 10.5%
    Grape variety: Prosecco / Pinot / Riesling / Verdisio
    £9.75
  • Taltarni Brut Tache 13% 75cl
    An engaging salmon pink colour enhanced by a fine persistent bead. The wine expresses an assortment of red berries, rose petal, apricot blossom and luscious white peach aromas complemented by complex nougat and yeast aromas. The wine had great length, finishing clean, dry and refreshing.

    Producer Details
    Described by Robert Joseph as one of the most beautiful vineyards on the planet the rolling hills, sweeping vistas, bluffs and stands of gum trees create a spectacular backdrop. The name originates from an aboriginal word meaning red earth and applies directly to the iron rich red soils of the region. These are classic central Victorian wines, dense, powerful but with a uniquely fine and balanced structure and a marked tannic backbone that allows them to age beautifully. The young but already renowned winemaker Loic Le Calvet studied his craft in Bordeaux but was tempted away to coax the best out of these unique and now fully mature vineyards. Taltarni also have vineyards in Tasmania which contribute to the production of their flagship sparkling wines including the signature Brut Tach Ros.

    In the Vineyard
    Taltarnis Brut Tach 2008 is a blend of three classic sparkling wine varietals Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier sourced from our cool climate vineyards in Victorian and Tasmanian wine regions.

    In the Winery
    Tache is a French word meaning 'stained' and refers to the rare winemaking method used since 1985 by Taltarni to create this fine rose-coloured sparkling wine. It's amazing delicate samlom pink colour is achieved by adding a dash of red wine liqeur to the finished tirage wine at disgorgement. Created from a blend of the three classic sparkling wine varietals sourced from our cool climate vineyards in Victoria and Tasmania.

    £15.99
  • Ruggeri Rose di Pinot Brut 12% 75cl
    Delicate pale pink in colour, this wine is brillant with a very fine and continuous perlage. The bouquet, pronounced, persistent and very fine, offers a wide range of fruit aromas, bringing to mind peaches, apricots and red currants. Dry and refreshing on the palate, well structured and superbly soft, it offers a harmonious balance of sensations and a fruity finish. Ros Brut goes very well with cold cuts, non-stuffed pasta and roasted white meats.

    Food Matching Note
    :A great way to start the meal, either by itself or with canapees. Divine with tuna sashimi or swordfish steaks with a mango & papaya salsa, will also compliment spicy Eastern dishes.
    £16.25
  • Ruggeri Prosecco Brut Quartese Valdobbiandene 11% 75cl
    This Prosecco is slightly greenish, brilliant and streaked with a persistent perlage of minute bubbles. The bouquet is fruity intense, yet elegant. Clear scents of golden apples come through a floral background. It is dry wine, fresh and lean, soft and rounded, with good length and a pleasantly fruity finish. Traditionally served as an aperitif, the Prosecco Brut is also ideal with fish and shellfish.

    The Ruggeri family has a long tradition of wine production and its Prosecco di Valdobbiadene is among the finest expressions of this wine. The property is currently run by Paolo Bisol, son of the founder of the company as it exists today. Their range has been put together through years of experience and a great network of growers, and this year it was awarded with the coveted Tre Bicchieri (three glasses) award for the great Giustino Bisol. Paolo is nowadays helped in the company by his children Giustino and Isabella.
    £15.99
  • Lunetta Rose Spumante Cavit 11.5% 20cl
    A fresh and dry sparkling rose with persistent white foam, beautifully cherry pink in colour. Red berry characters on the nose and palate make this soft and approachable in character.
    Region of Origin: Trentino
    Grapes: Chardonnay, Merlot, Teroldego
    £3.45
  • Luc Belaire Rare Rose 11.5% 75cl
    Luc de Belair is hand crafted from a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah grapes selected for their vibrant, fresh character. These are grown in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, to produce a lovely pale dry provence style sparkling wine.
    £25.99
  • Graham Beck Brut Chardonnay Pinot Noir NV 12% 75cl
    Graham Beck Brut is one of South Africa's iconic sparkling wines. Beautiful harmony between lengthy Chardonnay and fragrant Pinot Noir. The result is a sparkling wine with a fine mousse giving freshness and finesse elegant ripe fruit and light yeast aromas and a rich creamy complexity on the palate.

    Press review
    " Cape sparklers are improving, with Beck ahead of the pack with this stylish citric champagne lookalike; expect more ripeness of fruit and less acidity than the real thing. "
    Rose Murray Brown MW, The Scotsman

    " I've always enjoyed Graham Beck's sparklers, made in the champagne method under the supervision of the legendary Pieter Bubbles Ferreira. This 50-50 blend of chardonnay and pinot noir from the Robertson region is about as good as it gets for a non-champagne fizz, being crisp and clean, but toasty and brioche-like too. A cracking aperitif. "
    Jonathan Ray, Daily Telegraph
    £13.49
  • Passaparola Prosecco Spumante Brut 11% 75cl
    This classic from the North of Italy is a delicious sparkler with aromatic pear flavours on the nose followed by a crisp palate of succulent apple and pear. Gently foamy, with a crisp and delicate finish, drink on it's own or in true venetian style, as a Bellini.
    The Cielo's family estate based in Friuli Grave DOC is the source of these top quality white wines. Planted with Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, Friulano and Sauvignon Blanc, the fruit concentration balanced with crisp, refreshing acidity demonstrate why many believe that this area is Italy's finest for the production of white wines.
    £11.99
  • Santa Digna Estelada Rose Torres 12% 75cl
    The rescue of Chiles oldest grape varietal has produced Santa Digna Estelado, a unique sparkling wine, 100% Chilean, a reward for the land and its people. Santa Digna Estelado is made using the traditional method with the second fermentation in the bottle. The first sparkling ros made with the Pas grape has a personality of its own. Pale rose color, with fine and persistent bubbles. In the aroma, notes of fruit (red fruits and citrics) predominate. On the palate, fresh, lively, and genuine, characteristic of the ancestral varietal Pas.

    Winner of Wine of Chile
    Best Sparkling Trophy 2012 & 2013
    A beautiful pale rose colour, with fresh aromas of red fruits. Fresh and lively its the ideal aperitif.

    This is the most extraordinary wine, a very delicious, well-made fizz that is really quite delicate - I am very impressed by how clean and attractive it isJancis Robinson, Purple pages Feb 2012
    £12.65
  • Carpene Malvolti Prosecco Extra Dry Conegliano Valdobbiadene 11% 75cl
    Top quality Prosecco Superiore from the DOCG area in North Eastern Italy. Fresh and full flavoured with aromas of fresh apples. The palate is fruity, soft and dry with fine persistent mousse and balancing acidity.
    £16.75
  • Polgoon Aval Raspberry 7% 75cl
    A Method Traditionelle Aval made with West Country apples to produce a unique and sparkling cider, then infused with pure raspberry juice.

    Wonderful light pink colour, with a lively and persistent mousse of bubbles. Raspberries on the nose melt into a crisp yet delicate apple flavour with a medium dry finish..
    £14.50
  • Henners Brut Vintage 2010 12% 75cl
    Biscuity brioche on the nose, with delicate white flower and full fruit. Citrus, apple and 'leesy' characters add complexity to the palate. Henners Vintage is produced solely from grapes grown on their outstanding estate.

    Producer Details
    Owned and run by Lawrence Warr, Henners is the result of a long term dream to produce the finest English Sparkling Wine. Lawrence started his career as an automotive engineer in the exciting world of Formula One. Having left Formula One, to set up an engineering consultancy, the search for the perfect vineyard site began. The search was a lengthy and dedicated one - as the ideal combination of soils, aspect, slope, altitude and microclimate was difficult to find. After two years he found the site at Herstmonceux, East Sussex. The vineyard was planted in May 2007, with the winery following in 2009. The vineyard is planted with 40% Chardonnay, 39% Pinot Noir and 21% Pinot Meunier. The Henners name derives from Lawrences French ancestry. Henners Dubois was forced to flee Paris during the French Revolution, in the late 18th century.

    2009 Vintage: "Subtle and delicate, this shows finesse with its green orchard fruit flavours sitting happily alongside almonds, citrus notes and dried fruits. 'Well-balanced with a wonderful finish,' said Olivier Marie of Coq d'Argent. 'Do try with salmon dishes.' " Sommelier Wine Awards 2013, Judges Comments

    2009 Vintage: "Yeasty, toasty, full-on autolytic nose with ripe, superbly expressive fruit, herbs and aniseed. The palate is excellent and full, with a leesy texture, fine balance and toasty notes on the finish. Classic, stylish. Drink 2013-2019. 92/100. Highly Recommended." Panel tasting, Decanter magazine, May 2013

    2009 Vintage: "Made by Grand Prix engineer and bobsleigh driver Lawrence Warr, I found this deliciously drinkable, with herbal, aniseed notes complementing a superbly expressive fruit nose. The palate boasts taut, zingy, fresh strawberry flavours." Justin Howard-Sneyd MW, Decanter magazine, May 2013
    £27.25
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