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Light straw gold in colour, beautifully textured, dry, fresh citrus flavoured, with consistent, long lasting bubbles.

Grapes: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Gris

Alcohol: 12% and a residual sugar level of 11 g / L


Tasting Notes

Enjoy with…


Tasting Notes

Sommelier Wine 2019
Champagne & Sparkling Wine 2018
  • fresh on the palate
  • dry with a cleansing lemon biscuit flavour
  • gentle, playful bubbles

Roger Jones of The Buyer
"Clean fresh persistent focused
Tastes as if it has some age
Biscuity lemon peel complex textured
Gentle Bubbles, refined, elegant finish
There a nutty, praline nose. Soft stone fruit apricot
Has a weighty luxurious feel, great wine"

Enjoy with…

  • Celebration times!
  • Win at the Races...
  • Pick-me-up times!
  • Loss at the Races...
  • Appetisers, especially fish, oysters and caviar
  • Garden parties and outdoor picnics
  • Salads
  • Seafood
  • Sushi
  • Parmigiano-Reggiano
  • Canapes
  • Caviar
  • Game pate


"Appealingly smooth and creamy with a nice touch of citrusy freshness" - Fiona Beckett - Matching Food and Wine (read more)

"Elegant on the nose and perfumed, rich and intense on the palate" - was how Paola Giraldo of Wiltons described this Gold winner

Street XO’s Raphael Thierry liked its "toasted almonds on the nose, and a creamy palate with melon, peach, ripe citrus and some autolytic complexity"

"Pear and apple on the nose, leading to a really well-balanced palate that’s intense, fresh and vibrant - a good match for either salads or sushi" - Roberto Sanchez of Sexy Fish

"Over in Enborne in Berkshire, the All Angels vineyard is named after the local 12th-century parish church of St Michael and All Angels and based on a historic house and estate.
Their wines are also made at Hattingly, but reflect the individual flavour of the vineyards, by adding a little pinot gris – which can work very well in England for still wines – to the traditional varieties for their Classic Cuvee 2014 which delivers just enough weight and complexity to round out the vibrant lemony, slightly nutty flavours."

- Merry England article in the Independent by Terry Kirby, 20th June 2020