Roebuck Blanc de Noirs is an attractive golden copper hue. Delightful bouquet of ripe stone and citrus fruits lifted by floral notes.
Baked apples on the palate are layered with notes of toasted almonds in addition to characteristic of a generous bottle-ageing.
A rich, yet beautifully balanced wine with delicate bubbles, a silky texture and a long-lingering finish.
Roebuck Blanc de Noirs is drinking well now but will undoubtedly, continue to improve with bottle age.
Pairs perfectly with lobster, oysters, aged Comté.
Roebuck Estates was born out of a sheer passion for great wines, an earnest desire to lay down roots in the stunning countryside of Sussex and to champion great homegrown English produce. They constantly strive for perfection in their wines by using estate-grown fruit in combination with terrific winemaking to create wonderfully individual wines.
Roebuck have big dreams and are committed to producing exceptional quality sparkling wines in England. To do this they are single-minded in building a portfolio of only the finest vineyard sites, managed by a supremely competent vineyard team, to produce world-class fruit.
“I loved the first wine (2014 Classic Cuvée) I tried from this estate last year. This is another mightily impressive bottle from a single vineyard of pinot noir in West Sussex – it is complex and intense with red fruits, cashews and poached pear.” Hamish Anderson, Telegraph Magazine.
“The brilliant, elegantly bottled Blanc de Noirs 2015 made entirely from pinot noir grapes grown near the site of the ancient Roman villa at Petworth in West Sussex, has really individual depth of rich, nutty, lingering flavours stemming from fermentation in French oak and four years lees ageing in the bottle.” Terry Kirby, Independent.