This is the first pink fizz to be released from Trophy winning Wyfold – an exciting two hectare Oxfordshire estate. 2014 was a great vintage for Wyfold and has produced a double Gold medal bubbly with intense fruit, bright minerality and rich style.
"Fantastic sparkling wine, really stood out for me"
Oz Clarke Wine critic
In 2003 Barbara Laithwaite and Cherry Thompson planted 4,000 vines on a hectare of the Chiltern Hills. The first release, 10 years later, was immediately voted ‘Top English Sparkling’, triumphing at the same time over well-known Champagnes. Other Trophies, Golds and Double Golds have followed – all from this south facing, now two hectare vineyard on the stony gravel soil of the Thames terraces. Only the classic trio of Champagne grapes – Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier – are grown, and all three were used to make this delicious, first release rosé. It’s crafted in a rich, rounded style with brisk minerality, reflecting the cool microclimate of this 100 metre altitude site. Who needs Champagne when you’ve English fizz this good?
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