Medium yellow. Very fruity nose, with a good ripeness, a mineral touch adds complexity. Finesse is the main theme on the palate with ripe flavours and a carrying acidity, almost cutting in the finish of great length.
Medium yellow. Shy nose, delicate fruity notes. Elegant on the palate, the discreet acidity is more present in the finish. There is a nice fruity taste and a good volume in the mid-palate. Elegance over power.
Golden yellow. Ripe fruits, hinting towards tropical with only a slight mineral edge. Delicately acidic, it remains fresh, light and fully dry. Almost tannic in the tight finish. Very good.
This is Rosehall’s top traditionally-made sparkling wine, made from 55% Pinot Noir and the rest Chardonnay. Such a gorgeous nose of baked bread, brioche, lemon, grapefruit and baked apple notes. The sexy bubbles tickle a palate that’s bathed in rich mineral notes, lovely texture, baked apple, richness and citrus that keeps everything lively through a peppy finish.
Medium yellow. Fresh nose, brioche, mushroom and ripe white fruits. Vivid acidity, tasty and ripe on the palate, only a little dosage (almost full dry). Very good.
A traditionally made sparkler made with a non-traditional variety, Pinot Blanc, that spends 5 years on the lees before disgorgement. The nose is fresh and floral with lovely aromatics of green apple, citrus, tangerine and toasted notes. It’s all about the freshness on the palate with a range of citrus, pear and toasty apple flavours with sizzling acidity to keep it finessed and popping through the finish.