Celebrate in style with this superb bubbly from an English estate that won the International Wine and Spirit Competition’s ‘World Wide Trophy for Best Sparkling Wine’. Even Her Majesty popped open a few bottles of Cuvée Merret at her birthday bash!
"A noble fizz. Surely one of the best English sparkling wines – lightly toasty and with good depth"
Online Review For the 2012 vintage
Mike Roberts founded Ridgeview Estate in 1994 with the aim of creating world class sparkling wines on the South Downs. He chose the site because its soil is the exact same chalk/clay mix as found in Champagne, and the climate is similar too – perfectly suited to Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Such has been their success that several big Champagne houses have made overtures to buy the property, but the family is having none of it. They named this wine after an Englishman, Christopher Merret, who discovered the process of making traditional method sparkling wines some decades before the Champenois, presenting his findings to London’s Royal Society in 1662! Delicate bubbles, fabulous flavour, this sparkler is delicious on its own or with canapés.
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