The Bolney Wine Estate is a haven for wildlife, and through its traditional production methods and cultural practices, avidly promotes and maintains soil health, fertility and stability in its vineyards. The sandstone soils are some of the best in the country, providing the ideal setting to grow vines. Delightful floral and brioche notes combine with zesty citrus fruit, honeysuckle and elderflower, finishing with just a hint of sweetness. The hand-picked, Reichensteiner, Müller-Thurgau and Chardonnay were whole-bunch pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks for around 14 days prior to malolactic fermentation. A varietal yeast was used for the first ferment, then the 18-2007 Champagne yeast for the second (in bottle). The wine aged on the lees for a minimum of 12 months prior to disgorgement.
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