102. Chapel Down Rosé Brut NV, Chapel Down,
100% Pinot Noir traditional method sparkling rosé. Described by our guy at the vineyard as “Wimbeldon in a bottle’. It is full of red fruit character, predominantly strawberries from the pinot noir, and lots of creamy notes from malolactic fermentation. A superb English fizz.
£7 125ml flute // £35 75cl bottle
103. Charles Palmer ‘Brut Reserve’, Winchelsea,
Chardonnay and Pinot Noir blend, traditional method bubbly with a lovely combination of fresh citrus acidity and bready autolytic notes. A soft mousse leads to a long finish.
£40 75cl bottle
201. Charles Heidsieck ‘Brut Réserve’ Champagne,
A multiple award-winning Champagne. Pale gold with fine bubbles, complex pastry aromas then dried fruits & almond on the palate. Smooth with exceptional complexity, a fine mousse and a long finish.
£9 125ml flute // £25 37.5cl bottle // £50 75cl bottle
202. Charles Heidsieck ‘Rosé Réserve’
Champagne, France, NV
Coral-pink, strawberry jam & biscuits on the nose followed by a refreshing, but complex palate. Notes of gingerbread and cinnamon blend with ripe red fruit character, a rich soft mousse and a long finish.
£65 75cl bottle
203. Charles Heidsieck ‘Brut Millésime’
Champagne, France, 2005
Golden in colour with fine bubbles, praline and toasted hazelnut dominate the nose, followed by a rich palate of dried apricots, dates & figs, brioche & more toasted hazelnut praline. Full bodied and exceptionally complex with a very long finish.
£85 75cl bottle