Wiston Estate Blanc de Noirs, South Downs 2014

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blend, pinot-meunier, pinot-noir

Tasting Notes

From the exceptional 2014 vintage, 66% Pinot Noir, 34% Pinot Meunuer, exclusively from the Findon Park vineyard. With four and a half years on lees, this is a sensational bottle. Opulent, with tropical tones of semi-dried pineapple chunks, macadamia nuts, toasted almond slivers, lemon drizzle and mandarins on the nose, the palate is well structured and just as enticing. Lots of lime zest, greengage and a sprinkling of Himalayan pink salt. Astonishing now but will age brilliantly. 8g/l dosage.

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With its Blanc de Noirs 2010 being named Supreme Champion at the inaugural Wine GB Awards, and its Cuvée 2013 being named the UK’s Best Sparkling Wine in the Decanter World Wine Awards 2017, AND winning the English Sparkling Wine Trophy in the International Wines and Spirits Challenge 2017, life is good for Wiston Estate. It’s a testament to the combined efforts and expertise of estate managers Richard and Kirsty Goring, and winemaker Dermot Sugrue, and confirms Wiston as a genuine trailblazer of quality English sparkling wine. Taking inspiration from his previous work in Champagne, Dermot prefers to use old Jacques Prieur Burgundy barrels for fermentation and ageing of Wiston’s vintage wines and his approach to winemaking is all about patience – as such Wiston sparkling wines will only ever be released once they have reached pitch-perfect readiness. Their NV wines are unbeatable examples of just good English sparkling can be.


“Rich, brocade, and tasting and smelling so intensely of orange that it's almost marmalade. Trace of toast. Long and deep. This is stunning. Spiced Seville-orange bitterness, but the roaring depth of that fruit and its acidity is magnificent. Don’t drink it too cold. This is a fire-sipping wine. Bring on the Comté. 17.5 Drink 2021 – 2026”
Tamlyn Currin, JancisRobinson.com

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