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Brut Reserve Late Disgorged

Brut Reserve Late Disgorged Twenty Fifteen

Citrus peel, green apple and stone fruits alongside brioche and biscuit notes. Lemon sherbet aromas turn to a creamier lemon posset on the palate, with white peach and pear. Extended lees ageing brings notes of buttered toast and delicate spice.

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  • Gold - Wine GB 2023
  • Silver - IWSC 2023
  • SIlver - Decanter 2023
  • Silver - IWC 2023
WHAT IS A LATE DISGORGED WINE?

 

Every year, we release a small number of late-disgorged wines. These are particularly luxurious and fine thanks to a special winemaking technique.

If you’re already familiar with Dom Perignon’s Plénitude or Bollinger’s RD, then you know the magical combination of freshness allied with delicious flavours of brioche, cream, butter and toast that characterise late-disgorged wines. 

But how does this kind of ageing alchemy happen? The answer lies in the lees. 

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TASTING NOTE & FOOD PAIRING

Light gold in colour with a fine mousse and aromas of citrus peel, green apple and stone fruits alongside brioche and biscuit notes. Lemon Sherbet notes on the nose turn to a creamier lemon posset on the palate, with white peach, apple and pear. Behind the elegant fruit lies more complex flavours of toasted nuts, buttered toast and delicate spice leading to a long, intense finish. This wine is delicious with richer fish dishes and lighter meats. A scallop gratin, or salmon en croute, lemon and herb roasted chicken or a pumpkin and hazelnut tortelloni.

Brut Reserve Late Disgorged Twenty Fifteen

Analysis

Grape Variety:

37% Pinot Noir

63% Chardonnay

Alcohol:

12%

Titratable Acidity:

8.3g/l

Residual Sugar:

8.2g/l

pH:

3.06

Factsheets:

All will be downloaded as PDF

2015

Winemaking

Processing:

Whole bunch pressed and naturally settled for 24-36 hours.

Fermentation:

10 days under 20 degrees celsius using specialist sparkling wine yeast. Fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks with a small percentage fermented in old oak barrels for complexity.

Bottling Date:

April 2016.

Lees Ageing:

Minimum 67 months.

Glass of Blanc de Blancs

Gusbourne Estate,
Kenardington Road,
Appledore,
Ashford, TN26 2BE

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