Balfour Brut Rose 2010, United Kingdom

Country: United Kingdom

Colour / Style: Sparkling

Colour / Style: Rose

Featured in: Episode 12

As tasted by: Matthew Goode, Matthew Rhys & Joe Fattorini

Hush Heath definitely contends as England’s finest rose fizz producer and for much of its life, that was all they did. The rich aromas of strawberries and currants are complemented by wild flowers and spice. The character of Pinot Noir shines through, from one of Kent’s most famous vineyards. I love this with food. I even had it once (deliciously) with a traditional pork pie.

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