East Sussex, England


Cuvee Chérie Demi-Sec White Blend

Lots of bubbles , smooth finish, zero bite — 9 days ago

Norman liked this


Traditional Method Pinot Noir Blend 2017

Earthy bramley apple acidity — 3 months ago

See Taleggio
with See
Daniel P. liked this


Limited Release Brut Blanc de Noirs 2014

Delectable Wine

The 2014 Blanc de Noirs has a burnished pale straw hue with a vibrant mousse. The bouquet is a knockout mixture of hazelnut, smoke and citric fruit, all wonderfully delineated; light leesy aromas emerge with extended aeration. The well-balanced palate features red apples, orange zest and light morello cherry notes, its concentration offset by a beautifully judged line of acidity. This is a very accomplished Blanc de Noirs from Ridgeview. (Neal Martin, Vinous, July 2020)
— 4 months ago


Fitzrovia Brut Sparkling Rosé Blend

Juicy strawberries.

I believe this was a 2014 base and disgorged in August or September of 2019.

Consumed over multiple days but started to get flat after day one.
— 9 months ago

Greene King / Morland Brewery

Old Speckled Hen English Fine Ale

Yum. Close your eyes and be transported to a cozy English country pub. Perfect with a Ploughman’s or a Steak and Ale pie. This bottled version is so much better than the nitro version which used to available. — 22 days ago

Neil, Douglas and 2 others liked this


It is a good ale! Cheers!🍻

The Bolney Estate

Foxhole Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018

High acidity, lots of red fruit flavours
Light to medium body
Paired well with salty Spanish tapas & tomato
— 8 months ago

Ali Brown
with Ali


Brut Sparkling

Delicate, citrus, clean and crisp. This cool weather British bubbly is a pleasant surprise. — 2 months ago

Severn, Josh and 9 others liked this

The Bolney Estate

Brut Sussex Blanc de Noirs 2015

95% Pinot Noir, 5% Pinot Meunier.
Lot no. L4515.

A super floral expression, almost like a dry Gewürztraminer from Alsace meeting Viognier from Condrieu.
— 2 months ago

Shay, Keith and 12 others liked this


Brut Rosé Champagne Blend

Delectable Wine

Disgorged in September 2019, the Brut Rosé is a blend of the three classic Champagne varieties from West Sussex and Hampshire with 9g/L dosage. It has a lovely bouquet of strawberry, white flowers and a subtle marine influence, perhaps a touch of shucked oyster shell. It is certainly the best defined of Nyetimber's recent releases. The palate is pretty and open with good acidity, that marine theme continuing on an edgy, saline finish that lingers. This is a slightly more cerebral take on sparkling rosé. (Neal Martin, Vinous, July 2020)
— 4 months ago