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Staff Pick

Wiston Estate, Brut Cuvée - 2010

Item # 35730 750mL
$54.96/ Single Bottle
$329.76 $313.27/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

Wiston Estate in South Downs England shares the same chalky soil as Champagne, but enjoys a cooler climate. This delightful bubbly is full of bright citrus flavors and a creamy texture that comes from aging in old barrels.


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Staff Pick Notes

Over the next few years you'll start to see more and more sparkling wine from England. Why? Because enough Brits realized they were sitting on a sweet spot for bubbly. A country laden with chalky soil just like Champagne but with a cooler climate. This sparkling wine from Wiston is an excellent example of what to expect from the vines across the pond. Ample helpings of powerful chalk and refreshing fruit from the nose to the finish. The acidity makes a feathery-light mousse. This will pair wonderfully with rich food. There's more to England than Doctor Who and David Beckham's left foot.

- SD

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