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Gusbourne Brut Reserve  - Buon Vino Natural Wines
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Gusbourne Brut Reserve English Sparkling Wine 2016

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One Line Description Gusbourne Brut Reserve has an evolving nose of vanilla and baked pastries, smooth and aristocratic Fizz, very English indeed sir!
Production Method Conventional
Country England English
Region Kent, England
Producer Gusbourne
Vintage 2016
Wine Type Champagne and Sparkling Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay
Alcohol 12%
Terroir Clay and sandy Loam
Maturation 36 months on the lees in bottle
Annual Production 5 - 10,000 bottles
Production Detail Champagne method sparkling wine, second fermentation in bottle and then long ageing on the lees.


Gusbourne Brut Reserve English Sparkling Wine, top English Sparkling wine from the Kent Hills, Iconic estate, elegant and very easy drinking. Gusbourne Brut Reserve has an evolving nose of vanilla and baked pastries. The palate is fresh and lively, with a hint of cherry strudel, preceding a more autolytic development on the finish. A delicious English aperitif.

The original Gusbourne Estate in Appledore, Kent dates back to 1410. In 2004, Andrew Weber took over the estate with a clear vision and a single goal: to create English sparkling wines that would stand up alongside the very finest offerings from across the globe. The first vines were planted that year. In 2010 the debut vintages of Gusbourne Brut Reserve 2006 and Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs 2006 were released to critical acclaim. Gusbourne quickly earned a reputation as a producer of outstanding quality wines, with accolades from some of the industry's most exacting critics. Respect for the vineyards, the fruit and the natural elements involved in winemaking means that their approach favours minimal intervention.

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