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50% Seyval Blanc, 35% Pinot Noir, 15% Pinot Meunier
The early ripening Seyval blanc paired with the more traditional "Champagne" varietals work a charm in this Rosé. This Rosé is made by bleeding colour from the red grapes to create a gorgeous salmon pink hue. The wine is then made in the traditional method (méthode champenoise) and aged for 24 months on the yeast lees.
Saffron Grange sits on the same chalk seam that runs all the way from Northern France’s renowned wine regions, up through Sussex and into Essex. Sussex may have put English sparkling wine on the map but East Anglia is where we believe some of the best English wines are coming from.
The vineyards, planted in 2008/2009, are on a deep, porous chalk bed, with thin overlying clay-loam soil developed on the surface which just covers the flinty, upper chalk.
This rare soil formation perfectly combines with the unique climate in this little pocket of England to create excellent conditions to grow grapes. In wet weather it provides excellent drainage, whilst holding enough moisture during the dry season to encourage the grapes’ flavour development ahead of harvest.
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