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Relentlessly driven by the potential of what our industry can achieve, here at Lyme Bay we strive to make the best wine, from the best grapes, from the best growers. Central to this is our love of all things coastal and West Country. Our grapes are selected and our wines crafted to reflect a natural affinity to the region’s renowned fish dishes and coastal vistas, both in style and character. The result; a range of still and sparkling English Wines that have captured the imagination of many and achieved incredible international award success.

Classic Cuvée

£28.49
The Classic Cuvée is an elegant sparkling wine, showing a depth of citrus and stone fruits flavours, along with the more complex secondary aromas of cooked apples, breadcrumbs, honey and almond.
APPEARANCE: Delicate fine bubbles, golden colour with slight blush tint.
NOSE: Underlying lemons, peach and apricot are accompanied by cooked apples, breadcrumbs, honey and almond.
PALATE: Great depth and length, with crisp finesse and full-mouthfeel.
The Independent English Wine Awards 2019: GOLD
The International Wine Challenge 2019: BRONZE
Sommelier Wine Awards 2019: SILVER
Decanter World Wine Awards 2019: SILVER

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For orders over £75 delivery is FREE. Under £75 will be charged at £6.95.

We can only accept orders for delivery on the UK mainland (& N.I.).

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  • Winemaking Notes

    The Classic Cuvée is a blend from the noble Champagne varieties Pinot Noir (81%) and Chardonnay (19%). The grapes were carefully hand-picked and whole-cluster pressed, with only the best press cuttings going into the wine. After a slow, cold, natural settle, the juice was inoculated for primary fermentation, with a portion of the juice going into barrel to add complexity and mouth feel. The wine was bottled for secondary fermentation the following spring, and remained on-lees for a minimum of 24 months to develop the secondary yeast flavours, before being disgorged and given time under cork before release. (PDO)

  • Alcohol By Volume (ABV)

    12%

  • Volume

    75cl

  • Flavour Type

    Off Dry