A superb English pink fizz from a small Oxfordshire estate, planted in 2003 by Barbara Laithwaite. Since its first vintage in 2009, it’s won a Trophy and 11 Golds. 2015 was the third great vintage in a row. A top fizz to celebrate Laithwaite’s 50th!
"One of the best sparkling rosés I’ve ever tasted. Beautiful, creamy, just the right touch of Pinot"
Online Review For the 2014 vintage
Crafted from the classic Champagne grapes, this fine 2015 English pink sparkler has been created by Barbara Laithwaite and her winemaker son Henry. On its first release, the 2014, it won four Golds. It owes its underlying citrusy grip, elegant summer fruit, patisserie flavours and creamy mousse to Barbara’s meticulous care in the vineyard, Henry’s winemaking skills, and the high, cool vineyard site in the Chiltern Hills, just west of Henley-on-Thames. Wyfold Brut’s signature style of underlying vivid minerality is drawn up through the dense Thames Terrace gravels from the deep Paris Basin chalk bedrock below. Disgorged in early 2019, this fine Brut Rosé 2015 is the perfect sparkling wine to celebrate the first 50 years of Laithwaite’s!
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