Passerina has a habit of straying deeply into the tropical spectrum, but is saved from such indignity when picked early, here the fruit is citrus with ripe pear and dried herb. An original and lovely spumante.
A fine, taught, mineral spumante. Gentle mousse and complex red berry fruit nuance, this is the first release of this wine and whilst it may not quite be the finished article, it is a truly fascinating Blanc de Noir.
This is a style England can do well; fresh and racy with mature brioche and custard mingling through lemon, apricot stone and apple. A fine and elegant sparkling wine with small and persistent bubbles.
A delicate salmon pink, classic aromas of ripe strawberries and apricots with a rich biscuit and oatmeal. Fresh raspberry, red currant and crunchy red apple flavours balanced by a full, creamy mouthfeel and a complex herbal finish.