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Bolney Cuvee Noir, West Sussex, United Kingdom NV

West Sussex, England


Tasting Notes

A unique, traditional method, quality red sparkling wine. Aromas reminiscent of dark fruits, especially dark cherry and blackberry. On the palate, a full-bodied mousse, packed full of fresh hedgerow fruit, blackberry, damson, and sloes. The Dornfelder was crushed and then fermented on the skins in stainless steel for 4-5 days. The wine underwent malolactic fermentation and maturation in tank. A specialist red wine yeast was used for the first ferment and then the 18-2007 Champagne yeast for the bottle fermentation. Aged on lees for 15 months.

Food Matches

Braised Pork Belly, Peking duck with pancakes & Braised Lamb Shank

Wine Profile

Wine Type Sparkling Wine

Vintage NV

Style Crisp, Dry Whites

Country England

Region West Sussex

Grower Name Bolney

Grape Variety Dornfelder

ABV 12.50%

Closure Natural Cork

Bottle Size 75cl

Allergens Sulphites

Method Vegan



West Sussex

West Sussex is a region in Southern England, producing some of the best and most modern English wines to be found. Wines are white, red and sparkling and grape varieties grown typically include Pinot Noir for reds, while whites are dominated by Chardonnay, Huxelrebe and Bacchus. A cool climate region like much of the British Isles, wines are often light in body (and tannins… Read More

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