Ageing; 'On-lees', as with the traditional champagne method
Structure; Dry sparkling rose
Food pairing ideas; Mediterranean vegetables and marinated Cornish Seafood
Lovely floral and delicate strawberry fruit nose. Crisp acidity with a touch of yeast and very well balanced.
Camel Valley Vineyards are situated on the sunny slopes above the River Camel - halfway between the Atlantic and Channel coasts. 8000 vines are now grown on the south-facing side of the Camel Valley. Traditional vineyard practices combined with a New World approach to wine making ensure high quality red, white and sparkling wines are produced.
The area's mild climate, concentration of clear sunlight, and pure air give Camel Valley wines a distinctive fresh Cornish style. The wines have won numerous national and international awards and have been used to represent Cornwall at many prestigious events at home and abroad.
Camel Valley won the 2009 International Wine Challenge Trophy (and Gold Medal), a Decanter World Wine Awards Gold Medal, the 2009 English Wine Producer’s Trophy, The Waitrose Trophy, the South West Sparkling Wine Trophy and were runner up to Bollinger in the World Sparkling Wine Championships in Verona.