Breaky Bottom Cuvée Reynolds Stone
Breaky Bottom sits in a beautiful secluded fold in the Sussex Downs. Planted in 1974. by Peter Hall, seeing the potential offered by a climate similar to that of Champagne and the Loire.
2010 Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier
Cuvée Reynolds Stone
"Reynolds Stone, the famous wood engraver and letter cutter, was the designer of the original Breaky Bottom label. Reynolds Stone’s work included wood engraving the royal coat of arms for the British Passport, several engravings for five and ten pound notes and the “Dove of Peace” which was commissioned for the “Victory” stamp in 1946."
This wine received a gold medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition. It is a classic blend, with character and balance from six years on the lees. Judges commented on its “elegant bouquet of mixed flowers, biscuit and green apple”.
A WineGB Gold Medal winner in 2020: “May blossom, lemon tart, raspberries… Fine mousse, great length”.
Grapes: 70% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Noir, 15% Pinot Meunier.