The Carr Taylor Brut is pale golden with subtle aromas of fresh apple and elderflower, this Brut Sparkling Wine is racy and fresh.
Bottle maturation provides hints of biscuit on the nose, and butter on the palate. As with all Carr Taylor’s Sparkling Wines, it is made using the same traditional method as Champagne, with a secondary fermentation in the bottle. However, using different grape varieties to Champagne results in slightly less austere, more aromatic, fruity flavours which have proved to be consistently popular over the years.
David and Linda Carr Taylor realised their ambition of planting a vineyard when, in 1969, David purchased 21 acres of land surrounding his family home in the beautiful East Sussex countryside.
The initial planting commenced in 1971 with varieties such as Reichensteiner, Gutenborner, Muller Thurgau, Dornfelder and the classic Champagne varieties, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay
Since then Carr Taylor has gone from strength to strength winning their first award in 1983 in the International Wine and Spirit competition. The following years have seen a succession of medals in international competitions, accruing in excess of 150 awards.
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