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Nyetimber Food Parings Rosé Sam Barnes 16 July, 2021 | imbibe

Drink of the Week: Nyetimber Sparkling Rosé

An especially delicious expression crossed my desk recently, a multi-vintage rosé from Nyetimber, which has wineries based in both West Sussex, Hampshire, and Kent. They were one of the first to exclusively focus on Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier when they began production over 30 years ago, and they’ve since built a reputation for quality on the international wine scene; head winemaker Cherie Spriggs became the first female and the first person outside of Champagne to take the title of Sparkling Winemaker of the Year in 2018.

Nyetimber_Japan_70-scaled 17 June, 2021 | Harpers Bazaar UK

10 of the best luxury English sparkling wines to try at home

Classic Cuvee Multi-Vintage
Effortlessly drinkable and a welcome pairing for British seafood, Nyetimber ages its signature sparkling wine for three years. During this time brioche characteristics start to develop, adding complexity and roundness to the refreshing lemon and grapefruit notes. Best enjoyed in the sunshine, either with asparagus, sushi or scallops.

magnum ccmv 16 June, 2021 | The Gentleman's Journal

5 magnums to send your father this Father’s Day

Classic Cuvee Multi-Vintage Magnum

Where is it made? England: West Sussex, to be specific. If you’re not already familiar with the joys of Nyetimber, let us fill that knowledge gap without further ado: Nyetimber provides some of the finest English sparkling wine you’re likely to find. The estate comprises 170 hectares of vines planted on the chalky, sandy soils of the South Downs: the perfect terroir for the perfect sparkling wine.

What does it taste like? Flowing into the glass in a twinkling, pale gold hue, this is a complex wine — and it’s all the better for its complexity. Distinctive toast and spice notes make themselves apparent on the nose, followed by gentle hints of baked apple, almond, honey and baker’s yeast on the palate.

What does it pair with? If your father likes fish, he’s in for a treat — this wine pairs delightfully with fresh, hearty meat and fish dishes. A crab meat salad is recommended — perfect for a hot, sunny Father’s Day — or you could push the boat out, and opt for a lobster centrepiece. And we’ve got the perfect lobster-themed recipe for you…



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