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Ambriel Rosé Brut 2014 is probably the best English fizz we have tasted. It's a traditional method Brut Rosé made from 100% Pinot Noir. It's a single Burgundian clone called 777 coming off the East vineyard. Only the free-run juice is used and this sees some time on skins to give it some colour. The most amazing thing is the extended time on lees, 5 years to be exact. This adds so much texture and depth to the already lively aroma.
It's not often we've come across a traditional method sparkling wine of this quality and complexity for under £29. The Brut Rosé is easily premier cru champagne without the price tag. It's super fragrant with lots of strawberries and cream. The palate is super delicate with a fine mousse, that's the bubble feel in the mouth. The standout thing here though is the length. The complexity and layers on the back pallet last for minutes after you tasted it.