Our Cossack vintage sparkling wine is made from a blend of the Auxerrois Blanc (Auxerrois Blanc is a cross between Gouais Blanc and Pinot Noir, which have the same ancestry as Chardonnay), and Rulander grapes (a German synonym for Pinot Gris). It is made using the traditional bottle fermentation method and aged for at least five years on its lees. The name Cossack is taken from the Danebury trained 1847 Epsom Derby winner.


Cossack 2011 tasting note:
The nose has fragrant charm orange blossom the palate starts with fresh fruit lime and slightly richer grapefruit. Mid depth white peach, pear a complex mix of flavours but there is underlying freshness pink grapefruit and apple the finish long mineral and flinty.
Derek Smedley MW

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