Delicate rose-pink in colour with fragrant aromas of wild strawberries, white peach and rose petals. An expressive palate displaying notes of ripe red fruits, honeysuckle and white blossom. Beautifully balanced with a bright seam of acidity, a fine persistent mousse and a long, yet elegant length.
Roebuck’s vineyards span the width of the beautiful county of Sussex, in the South of England. They are fortunate to have a variety of soil types giving them a multitude of stylistic elements to play with when it comes to blending their wines. All the fruit destined for their bottle-fermented sparkling wines is harvested by hand and whole-bunch pressed. Their Rosé de Noirs 2016 has been bottle-aged for a minimum of 48 months giving the wine additional richness, depth and complexity.
Wild strawberries, white peach and rose petal on the nose, ripe red fruits, honeysuckle palate£39.99
Scents of stone fruits and citrus, flavours of baked apples and toasted almonds£44.99
Baked apple and citrus fruits layered with toasty richness and a hint of truffle£37.99
Winners of the biggest awards - Platinums and Golds at the most prestigious international competitions£209.99