Ambriel Blanc de Blancs Brut Traditional Method 2010

Ambriel Blanc de Blancs Brut Traditional Method 2010
Ambriel Blanc de Blancs Brut Traditional Method 2010

Ambriel Blanc de Blancs Brut Traditional Method 2010

Intense, citrussy and apple notes on the nose with honeyed toast aromas. The palate is ripe and creamy in texture with a fine mineral core and persistent finish.

"Ebulliently English!  Made in the traditional champagne method but with a cut-glass English accent, this small-production wine is a showcase for England’s natural orchard fruit and pristine acidities, softened by extended ageing in Ambriel’s West Sussex cellars.   "

  • Chardonnay
  • ABV 11.0%
  • Drink now / lay down
    2018 - 2024
  • Cork
  • Dry
  • Unknown

Region

British Wine

It is thought that the Romans first introduced vines to England, however due to a combination of poor climate and the strong trading links with France and Italy (leading to a ready supply of wine), wine-making never really took off. Fast forward a few centuries and wine making is now a burgeoning industry because of improved wine making techniques and climate change.
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