All of the grapes used in our winemaking are sourced solely from Gusbourne vineyards.

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We have 40.1 hectares at Gusbourne Estate in Kent and 21.9 hectares in West Sussex that are planted with the classic Champagne varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

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Aligned with our vision to create the finest wines we possibly can, we choose to plant predominantly Burgundian clones in our vineyards.

This means that we produce lower yields than other classic clones, but that the resultant fruit is riper and has significantly more flavour. The grapes are thus ideal for the production of fine sparkling wine. The distinct terroir and exceptionally mild microclimates of our surroundings add their own depth and complexity to our wines, and we aim to allow the combination of site, soil and hard work in the vines to reflect in every bottle.

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As such, we interfere as little as possible with nature's own processes, and prefer to let our grapes speak for themselves.

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