This traditional method sparkling wine has a soft mousse and, as a result of extended time on the lees, has a round and textural mouth feel. Delicate orange blossom and sweet, shortcrust pastry on the nose with flavours of refreshing, lemon sorbet and a long finish on the palate. Delicious to drink now but also has tremendous aging potential.
Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes handpicked at their partner vineyard in Hampshire. The wine was skilfully crafted by celebrated winemaker Dermot Sugrue.
The team behind Artelium, Julie Bretland and Mark Collins, quit their day jobs to pursue their dream of making wine.
Working with winemakers such as Dermot Sugrue, who is really starting to make a name for himself, the team take a hands-on approach, overseeing each detail with a fine-tooth comb. From the planting of the vineyard, all the way to the distribution of the final wines, they ensure sustainability is at the heart of every decision.
Combined with a beautiful tasting room in a stunning Sussex setting, the Artelium team really do live by their mantra of creating a space where art, wine and nature come together.