This is an absolutely delightful, pale apricot coloured, English Rosé, named after the Estate's daughter. Located near Tenterden in Kent, Hush Heath is an ideal locations for growing Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, the grape types used for making Champagne. All three are blended to make this wonderful English wine which is then cool fermented in stainless steel with 2-3 months aging on the lees. It is unoaked. Nicely presented.
Dry and refreshing with a clean and herby, slightly nutty, nose this is a very good reason to buy English wine. You'll likely detect wild strawberry fruit and white current on the palate followed by a long vinous finish. Very good on its own and only 11% abv. Very special with Summer salads or Charcuterie.
England, Kent, 2010, 750ml, 11%, Screwcap.