The grapes are crushed to retain more of the special fruit characters that are unique to grapes grown in England. The by-product of this is a delicate pink colour. Only the free run juice is used for the sparkling wine with the pressed juice going to still wine. The juice is cooled to 4°C to retain the delicate fruit aromas. The ferment temperature is only allowed to rise to 13°C resulting in more fruit character in the base wine. This wine has spent 12 months on the lees for fruit freshness and resulting in a fresh yeasty character.
Really individual English style in the best possible way. Characteristic aromas of wild strawberries and raspberries , very well balanced with a pure, refreshing finish. Mouth-watering.
Alcohol Content: 12.5%
Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir
2016 Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships Gold Medal for 2013 vintage
2015 IWC Gold Medal for 2013 vintage 2014 IWC English Sparkling Rose Trophy for 2012 vintage
2014 IWC Gold Medal for 2012 vintage 2014 UKVA Trophy for Best English Sparkling Rose for 2012 vintage
2014 UKVA Gold Medal Winner for 2012 vintage 2014 Gold Medal Winner Tom Stevenson CSWWC for 2009 vintage
2010 Bollicini Del Mondo Best Sparkling Rose in the World for 2008 vintage
2010 IWC Trophy Best Sparkling Rose in the World 2008 vintage
2010 IWC Trophy English Sparkling 2008 vintage
“A triumph, it’s completely delicious – like a wild cherry blossom nose-kiss” – Victoria Moore
“Camel Valley’s strawberry scented Pinot Noir Rose Brut is‘the best’ …” – Jane Macquitty, The Times
“Beautifully pale, delicate salmon-peach colour; lovely, delicately rich fruit. Sublime.” – Tom Stevenson
"Strawberry and raspberry nose, lovely acid backbone well balanced with the dosage.” – Judgement of MW panel at Parson Green Tasting