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Sharpham Sparkling Reserve 2015, Devon


Sharpham Sparkling Reserve 2015, Devon

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Made from a classic sparkling blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, this wine has been given time to develop a range of complex flavours.

It is a rich and expressive traditional method English Sparkling Wine. Preserved lemon, spiced apple and baked pastry aromas dominate the nose, while the palate is rounded, complex and creamy with yellow apple and citrus rind flavours and a touch of salinity on the finish.

It would make a wonderful aperitif or pair with smoked salmon blinis.

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 12%%
Current Stock: 67
BIN: BTL-0254
Style: Sparkling & Champagne
Style: Sparkling Blend

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Duncan Schwab, Sandridge Barton

Duncan Schwab has been making Sharpham wine for over 25 years. He became CEO when they moved to their new home at Sandridge Barton, Stoke Gabriel in 2022.

With over 40 years of history, Sharpham wines are the result of a happy marriage of soil, climate and grape variety. Ducan uses new world and traditional techniques to develop a unique regional character. 


Devon, England

Devon's vineyards are situatued in the valleys and lowlands of south and east Devon. Mostly close to the rivers Exe, Teign and Dart.

The growing season is long, with sun and heat starting earlier and lasting longer than in many other English counties. This gives the grapes more time to ripen and more time to hang.


Sparkling Blend

The grapes, most commonly Chardonnay, Pinot noir and Pinot meunier, are used to make several base wines that are assembled together to make Champagne, English Sparkling wine and other classic cuvée wines.

Champagne blends can also include Arbane, Petit Meslier, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Other appelations have rules about which grapes can be included.

Customer Reviews

1 reviews
check icon verified Trusted Customer 13th Oct 2021
Didn't know, until I first bought this wine a few months ago, that English wine could be so good.