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London Sparkling 2016 - Blanc de Noirs: The One. The Only. The Cream of The Cream. The only vintage English sparkling wine fully made in London. Words can't describe the incrediblness of this wine. Only 800 bottles ever made and only 81 left (as at 4th June 2020). Suffolk grown Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, pressed in a wooden basket press, fermented using wild yeasts in French oak, aged on lees in the bottle in the crypt of Christ Church Spitalfields (The tall, amazing Hawksmoor one) before being riddled and disgorged by hand. Only 5g/L added at dosage stage. Corked and caged by hand. This was a massive labour of love. The 2017/18/19 versions are still in bottle and will be for a while......
Marsha - Castelão Nat Fiz 2019 - A Naturally Fizzy style of sparkling wine (unlike Champagne, Prosecco, Cava and Crémant) which undergoes the first and only fermentation in the bottle. No added anything. No sulphur, no yeast, no fining, no filtration, no nothing. Just grapes. Fruity, off dry, unusual aromas of ripe banana. Get it while you can, due to how hard this wine was to make, we won't be making her again!
Sara - 2019 Essex Chardonnay - Just a cracker of a wine. Think new Hungarian oak, think mouth wateringly great acidity, complex fruit, light and subtle and just what England should be making more of.... Not a heavy Chardonnay or thick on the palate. A tangy, slightly hazy sytle of Chardonnay.
Jai - 2019 Skin Contact Ortega - Gloucester grown Ortega (very aromatic German developed grape that grows well in the UK), full skin contact and aged in old French oak barrels. A punchy, floral, textured wine. You need to like floral, jasmine-y, grapefruity, medium tannin, dry wines. He's great but divisive.
Josh - 2019 Sangiovese - Chianti but not. Softer and lighter and more aromatic. Puglian grown, aromatic, soft, approachable, fruity, gently oaked London style of this Italian classico. Josh has an incredible story too. Look up Josh Boggi on google. A real survivor and inspiration.
Courtney - 2019 Nero Di Troia - Often this grape is made into a bold, tannic and almost dried grape/Amarone style, however, this is nothing like that. This was picked slightly earlier to lock in a slightly lighter, fresher and more aromatic style. It’s a very interesting wine with a spicy, unusual nose. Cardamom and palma violets and has similarities in terms of style to Pinot Noir.
£222.00 Regular Price