Chapel Down

Chapel Down Brut NV

Kent, England

Blend: 45% Chardonnay,41% Pinot Noir,1% Pinot Meunier, 3% Pinot Blanc | 12.0% ABV


This Chapel Down sparkling wine is rightly a British classic. Light and bubbly, quintessentially English and a well-known example of English Sparkling Wine. If you enjoy a non-vintage Champagne, then this is for you. Chapel Down Brut NV is an elegant blend of four classic grape varieties and is great as an aperitif or with food.

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An elegant English sparkling wine with aromas of red apple, lemongrass and freshly baked bread together with hints of strawberry and quince on the palate and fine persistent bubbles.

Serve chilled (6-8°C). Chapel Down Brut is ideal as an aperitif or makes a perfect pairing to the British classic fish & chips!

Head winemaker at Chapel Down is Josh Donaghay-Spire.

After completing a BSC in Viticulture and Oenology at Plumpton College, Josh worked at wineries across France and England before then joining Chapel Down as Assistant Winemaker in 2010. Josh’s talents were recognised early on and within three years Josh was promoted to Head Winemaker.

In 2023 Josh was announced as the ‘English Winemaker of the Year’ in the Drinks Business’ ‘100 Master Winemaker Awards’.

Chapel Down is one of England's best-known wineries, producing world-class sparkling wines. With vineyards across the South of England, watch out for some exciting things from them on the sustainability front coming soon too!

1* Up & Coming.

Part of the UK sustainable wines movement, Chapel Down is making good progress in terms of waste, water consumption and chemical use, and striving to improve further, considering their soil health, biodiversity and landscape ecology more widely.

White | Sparkling | 75cl | 12% ABV | Contains Sulphites

Recognition: Silver, International Wine Challenge 2023. Silver, WineGB Awards 2021,2023. Silver, Decanter 2023.

Cellaring: Drink now.

Vinification: Chapel Down Brut goes through cool fermentation in stainless steel followed by partial malolactic fermentation. Maturation then takes place on fine lees in tank for 6months before bottling. The wine
then has an average of 18 months further ageing on lees in bottle.

Dosage: 8g/L

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