Limerickman Dermot Sugrue, of the Goring Family Wiston estate in the South Downs is an emerging star of the English wine scene. In this wine, Sugrue has crafted a glorious, rich, ripe fruit and toasty brioche tones with a drift of delicate confiture. There is an opulent mid-palate and a sultry, savoury finish.
It sets a new benchmark in fine sparkling wine beyond Champagne. No wonder Champagne houses have started buying up land across the...
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