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Ambriel Classic Cuvee Brut Traditional Method NV

Ambriel Classic Cuvee Brut Traditional Method NV
Ambriel Classic Cuvee Brut Traditional Method NV

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Ambriel Classic Cuvee Brut Traditional Method NV

Evocative of Spring, this is an elegant English sparkling wine, bright and fine, with ripe cox apple and pear flavours, creamy summer berries and notes of brioche. After 5 years spent in contact with fine lees, the palate is crisp and succulent with tiny, rolling bubbles and a long, toasty finish.

"Ambriel's delicious classic cuvée feels like a celebration of Englishness with its uplifting orchard fruit and summer berry notes. Bright and elegant."

  • Chardonnay/Pinot blend
  • ABV 11.0%
  • Cork
  • Dry
  • Vegan

“A refined elegant style of English Sparkling wine with subtle nuances of green apple and floral notes on the nose. A gentle, persistent mousse with fresh and driving acidity on the palate. Elegant finish with a hint of sweet fruit.”

Anthony Rose (Decanter)



“English fizz and disco lights. Living the dream! This Ambriel is rather lovely. A relative newcomer to the scene. Rich nose, crisp palate. Glorious.”

Helena Nicklin, Winebird



“95 points. ‘A refined, elegant style of English Sparkling‘.”

Decanter Wines of the Year 2020



“Big open-armed welcome with bold ripe peach and apple delicately laced with elderflower. Good brioche balanced by a strong line of citrus acidity through to marvellous finish. 94 points.”

International Wine and Spirits Competition 2020



“Long and very attractive, with zesty citrus, green apple, fragrant strawberry, raspberry and toast. Silver Medal. 93 points.”

Decanter World Wine Awards 2020



“Wet stone and rounded yeast define the nose. The palate conveys a picture of utter harmony: the finest fizz conveys pure lemon freshness that sets off the creamy autolytic notes to perfection. This is grown up and serious, offering glimpses of both tart and ripe apple freshness and lasting appeal with its long fresh finish. It’s pure class. 94 points.”

Wine Enthusiast Magazine

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British Wine

It is thought that the Romans first introduced vines to England, however due to a combination of poor climate and the strong trading links with France and Italy (leading to a ready supply of wine), wine-making never really took off. Fast forward a few centuries and wine making is now a burgeoning industry because of improved wine making techniques and climate change.
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