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Breaky Bottom Cuvee Gerard Hoffnung Brut Traditional Method 2009

Breaky Bottom Cuvee Gerard Hoffnung Brut Traditional Method 2009
Breaky Bottom Cuvee Gerard Hoffnung Brut Traditional Method 2009

Breaky Bottom Cuvee Gerard Hoffnung Brut Traditional Method 2009

Cuvee Gerard Hoffnung -named after the inspirational illustrator and family friend of owner winemaker Peter Hall-, is based on the three champagne grape varieties chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier, and is made by the same time-honoured method. Fine-textured with a creamy texture and ripe orchard fruit.

"Expressive yet refined from prolonged ageing in the cellars, winemaker Peter Hall's exceptional vintage sparkler is made in tiny quantities at legendary Sussex wine estate Breaky Bottom. "

  • Chardonnay/Pinot Noir/Pinot Meunier
  • ABV 12.0%
  • Drink now / lay down
    2018 - 2024
  • Cork
  • Dry

“It has a delightful, winsome bouquet of white flowers, brioche and Braeburn apple aromas that are very well defined. The palate is sharp on the entry, with orange peel and lemon zest flavors, and quite taut and focused… overall this is a fine English sparkling wine that is developing a lovely creamy mouthfeel.”

Neil Martin (Vinous)


“Long established Breaky Bottom vineyard, first planted in 1974, in the South Downs is now making classic creamy cuvees. Rich intense bready nose, apple and apricot flavours with zesty citric undertones, soft texture with a rich nutty finish – this would match well tasted against Champagne. Named after the inspirational illustrator Gerard Hoffnung, a friend of Breaky Bottom’s owner and winemaker Peter Hall.”

Rose Murray Brown

Awards

Breaky Bottom Cuvee Gerard Hoffnung Brut Traditional Method 2009 has won the gold medal at the Wine GB Awards 2020.

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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    Crisp and fresh! Wouldn't know it was British

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