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All Angels Vineyard Classic Cuvee 2014

All Angels Vineyard Classic Cuvee 2014

Type Sparkling
Grapes Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Gris
Country/Region United Kingdom, Berkshire
Food pairing Fish, Vegetables, Salad, Popular dishes, Sushi
Vintage 2014
Alcohol 12%
Product number: 302671
£29.95
Price per bottle
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Elegant on the nose and perfumed, rich and intense on the palate' - Paola Giraldo of Wiltons; 'toasted almonds on the nose, and a creamy palate with melon, peach, ripe citrus and some autolytic complexity'- Street XO's Raphael Thierry; 'pear and apple on the nose, leading to a well-balanced palate that's intense, fresh and vibrant' - Roberto Sanchez of Sexy Fish.
Awards
Silver Medal at the Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships 2018 and Gold List Sommelier Wine Awards 2019
About the Vineyard
The vines were chosen to be blended for the finest English sparkling wine. Rondo an early crop, core to the production of sparkling Rose, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Murniere and Pinot Gris. The first vineyard to be planted was 2.6 hectares and was followed a few years later by a smaller, 0.5 hectare parcel immediately next to the churchyard of St. Michael and All Angels planted with only Chardonnay.

The owners of this property are stewards only, merely passing through time, but it is our honour to be part of its history. The Darley family fell in love with the House, its ponds, its ancient oak trees, its paddocks, views and engaged the foremost specialists to restore the House to its true beauty.

The inspiration for the name comes from the 12th Century parish church which lies next to the farm: home to one of the oldest bells in England and, legend has it, many of the fallen from the First Battle of Newbury in the English Civil War.

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