A light gold complexion with very fine bubbles. On the nose, alluring aromas of wild strawberry and a delicate floral bouquet lead into richer notes of pastry and praline. The palate is generous yet refined, with ripe red apple and apricot complemented by undertones of fresh citrus. Opulent fruit and complex almond characters persist in a long and nuanced finish.
A warm start to 2014 saw a slightly earlier budburst than average. Fine and warm weather continued through to July, with good and timely flowering and fruitset. A cooler August followed, slightly delaying veraison, but a warm September led to gradual ripening before harvest began in the first week of October. Overall, the warm, fine conditions of the growing season led to an excellent quality harvest with ripe fruit flavours and beautifully balanced acidity.
Nyetimber's perfect greensand and chalk soils allow its vines, in each of its nine separate sites, to flourish across the three counties of Sussex, Hampshire and Kent. The gently south-facing slopes t...Browse Wines
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