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Biddenden Pinot reserve

Pinot reserve

Biddenden Pinot reserve

Biddenden Vineyard is Kent’s oldest commercial vineyard, having been established by the Barnes family in 1969 to produce wines and ciders. The vineyards are set in 23 acres on a gentle south facing slope in a shallow sheltered valley, 1.2 miles from the lovely Wealden village of Biddenden.

Vineyard County   Kent
Wine type   Sparkling Wine
Vineyard   Biddenden

About This Wine

This is what we would call a Blanc de Noir which means it is made only from red wine grapes. The juice is crushed then pressed from the grape and then fermented without the skins allowing it to keep a pale clear colour. This method allows the wine maker to produce a sparkling wine with more red fruit characteristics. The Pinot reserve is a dry, fruity wine with rich and creamy with hints of brioche, good length and mousse.

Bottle Size
75cl
Alcohol
10.5%
Year
2010
Sweetness
Brut
Grape/Blend
Pinot Noir
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