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Renegade And Longton Elderflower Blush Sparkling Wine

Renegade And Longton Elderflower Blush Sparkling Wine

Type Sparkling
Country/Region United Kingdom
Alcohol 12%
Product number: 63004
Price per bottle
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Estimated delivery date:
Tue 26 - Sat 30 Jan
Eligible for Click & Collect
Dispatched from United Kingdom
Mixing liquors into your Champagne, stirring strawberries into your Prosecco? Well, we have a better solution for you, choose a sparkling wine that was made with fruit, to begin with! This wine blends our regular elderflower with blackberries, rhubarb, and strawberries at the fermentation stage. Perfect for enjoying on a nice summers day or to remind you of one. This wine is best paired with sweeter, fattier dishes.

Cocktail Suggestion

Aperol Spritz

Drop a few ice cubes into the bottom of a wine glass.

Pour 50ml aperitif into the glass (such as Aperol or Campari).

Followed by 25ml sparkling water.

Fill up the glass with elderflower blush

About the Winery

The story of Renegade & Longton begins on the Isle of Skye where Brendan’s eccentric younger brother had concocted a traditional elderflower sparkling wine. Brendan was convinced he had tasted the future and his passions were ignited - though Ewan had no interest, so stayed on the island building boats. That left Brendan to experiment with the champagne method in his living room, to perfect the original recipe and to see what else could be made without grapes. After one too many explosions he paired up with Richard who had a handy garden shed – as well as 30 years’ experience making wine. From their experiments two wines emerged – a timeless sparkling elderflower and a fresh elderflower blush (rhubarb, strawberries and blackberries added at the fermentation stage). Renegade & Longton continue to be inspired by the era when Champagne and sparkling wines were first popularised, where batches were produced using ingredients foraged in the hedgerows to complement the grapes. We use the traditional champagne method to produce wines that are dry, and counterpoint the natural flavours of the fruit. We are driven by the pursuit of new flavours and combinations, and can’t wait to share our next generation of sparkling blends.

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