Bollinger Rose is made with the addition red wine to the blend.Wonderful red fruit flavours such as redcurrant, cherry, wild strawberry and raspberry with a hint of spice. The blend of red wine in the Champagne help gives it more tannin and therefore a more intense depth.Perfect as an accompainment to lobster, king prawns or salmon. It could also pair with desserts, however, they should not be overly sweet.
Award winning wines from local maverick producer Peter Hall, a beautifully situated vineyard in the heart of the South Downs. By adding a dosage of fresh Breaky Bottom Crème de Cassis at the time of disgorgement they have produced a most delicious pink fizz with a superb soft-rose colour and a gentle hint of blackcurrant at the finish.
This is a typical Pinot Grigio with a brilliant straw yellow colour, with a delicate bouquet of white acacia blossom, apricots and peaches, with more white orchard fruits on the palate. Natural acidity balances the subtle fruit flavours providing a gentle but lengthy finish.
The family developed Gallimard Champagne in 1930, when Jules and Ernest Gallimard, decided to produce their first bottles. The 10 hectare vineyards is located on the land of Riceys in Dawn, famous because of the personality of its Pinot Noirs, fine and fruity. Their Champagnes are raised in the greatest respect for tradition and modern oenology. Champagne Gallimard has a reputation for being balanced, as it comes from hillsides that receive sunshine.
Aromas of raspberries, cherries and a touch of minerality. A lively mousse but fine in the mouth, with subtle red berry flavours enlivened by bright acids. Brisk on the palate showing hints of oyster shell and fresh lavender. Elegant and well structured, its perfect for all seasons and occasions!
The palate reflects the subtle flavours of strawberries, apricots and dark cherries which follow through from the nose. The acidity and fruit is well balanced, leading to a fresh, lively, crisp and dry finish on the palate. The palate has depth and weight, which allows it to be either enjoyed on its own or to be paired with food.