Chapel Down Chardonnay 2013

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An elegant unoaked Chardonnay with aromas of apple, melon, nectarine and undertones of marzipan which leads to a long, fresh finish. On the palate, there are typical restrained characters of melon and butter with a streak of minerality due to the deep chalk soils on which it is grown. This wine has purity, delicacy and a fresh finish.
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Chapel Down is one of England’s most successful wineries, whose first vineyard in Tenterden, Kent, was planted in 1977. It is now the largest UK wine producer, making a range of Champagne-style sparkling wine and aromatic white, red and rosé wines, and has won a plethora of accolades. The Tenterden vineyard is home to its state-of-the-art winery, headed by winemaker Josh Donaghay-Spire who gained experience in wineries in Alsace, Champagne and South Africa.

The south-east of England is blessed with a cool, maritime climate and a wide varieties of soils and slopes with which the Chapel Down team can match the appropriate grape varieties to their ideal conditions. As well as its Tenterden vineyard, it now also has a large vineyard in nearby Aylesford, but it also sources fruit from trusted growers on the South Downs of Sussex, the chalk downlands of Hampshire and other areas in Essex and Kent.


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