Chapel Down Rosé Blend Rosé 2011
Based at Tenterden in Kent, English Wines Group is the largest producer of quality wines available today in the United Kingdom. Using a combination of technical expertise and premium grapes grown on the mineral-rich soil of SE England, they make a range of award-winning wines bottled under the Chapel Down label.
I said divine apricot colour but reviewer above more accurate with 'delicate smoked salmon pink'. The nose is ever-so-slightly earthy on its strawberries, In the mouth those strawberries are mouthwateringly acidic in a highly well-balanced package.
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Based at Tenterden in Kent, English Wines Group is the largest producer of quality still and sparkling English wines available today. Using a combination of technical expertise and premium grapes grown on the mineral-rich soil of SE England, they make a range of award-winning wines bottled under the Chapel Down label. Chapel Down is at the forefront of the increased profile and International success of English wines. A Gold Medal at the 2004 International Wine Challenge and UK Winemaker of the Year in 2002, 2003 and 2005, proves their obsession with quality is paying dividends. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: Pinot Noir, Dornfelder, Seyval Blanc Winemaking: Short skin contact to extract the pale colour of this rose and then bottled early to capture freshness and acidity. Serve: Chilled, great with picnics. Taste: Delicate smoked salmon pink colour. English Strawberries and Redcurrants on the nose and a palate with a juicy and fruity flavour through to a dry finish
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A rose wine that tastes of delicate smoked salmon pink colour. English Strawberries and rich fruit currants on the nose and a palate with a juicy and fruity flavour through to a dry finish
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