This superb English fizz is from a two-hectare Oxfordshire estate, planted in 2003 by Barbara Laithwaite. Since its inaugural vintage in 2009, it's won a Trophy and 11 Golds. 2014 was a great vintage. What better way to celebrate Laithwaite's 50th!
"This wine has it all. After aromas of warm apple pie, it foams creamily in the mouth and seduces"
Crafted from the classic Champagne grapes, this fine 2014 vintage English sparkler has been created by Barbara Laithwaite, her winemaker son Henry and the team at Ridgeview cellars. Its elegant summer fruit, apple patisserie flavours and creamy mousse are testament to their meticulous viticulture and winemaking skills, and to the high, cool vineyard site in the Chiltern Hills, just west of Henley-on-Thames. Wyfold Brut’s signature – its vivid minerality – is drawn up through the dense Thames Terrace gravels from the deep Paris Basin chalk bedrock below. With a superb long growing season, the Wyfold 2014, disgorged in July 2018, has out-performed expectation, making it the perfect sparkler to celebrate the first fifty years of Laithwaite's!
Here's one to try next
If you like Wyfold Vineyard Brut 50th Anniversary 2014 but fancy trying something new, here's what our wine team recommend
you taste next.
we've helped customers discover new wines with confidence, based on what
they already love ... now you can enjoy that same service online. How it works.
Why not add a few bottles of a new wine you're guaranteed to like ... or your money back!
Celebrate great English fizz and the rebirth of Windsor Great Park Vineyard with this noble sparkler
£37.99 a bottle
How it Works
Customers are always telling us they want to try new wines but don't know where to start ... well, help
you can trust is here!
Our expert wine team have been furiously busy on your behalf. They tasted all 2,500
of our wines and scored them against a SECRET list of flavour components ... the building blocks of deliciousness.
Welcome to Tasteography
All those flavours that might be mingling in your favourite wine - fruit types, oak (or not),
spice, dryness, body, depth of colour - were scored, rated and ranked by professional tasters.
Next came the boffins, making all those numbers talk to each other. And then out pops the recommendation.
A wine that's one degree of separation away from what you know you like - and so is the next great bottle
It's a fun and risk-free way to expand your horizons - and remember that 100% guarantee of satisfaction too!
Rate and review
Awards and Accolades
Sommelier Wine Awards,
Sunday Times Wine Club Vintage Festival,
Wine GB Awards,
Effervescents du Monde,
Forgot your password?Click here to have a new one sent to you.