Mixed Sparkling Case
Try out some of our wines in a sparkling mixed case. Two Oxney Classic, two Oxney Estate NV Rose and two of our sparkling Oxney Ciders.
12%, 11% & 8%
Organic, Vegan, Contains sulphites
This case is made up of the following:
OXNEY CLASSIC 2017
Toasty, golden and complex
Our Classic sparkling wines tell the story of the vintage. 2017 is all about harmony. The blend is 38% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir and 22% Pinot Meunier, giving generous baked apple flavours but also a neat balance between freshness and weight. Time on lees adds a rich pastry note. Essentially, the most delicious glass of apple pie you’ve ever tasted.
OXNEY ESTATE NV ROSÉ
Fresh, fruity and approachable
Our non-vintage rosé fizz is alive with the fresh fruit flavours of the English countryside. Strawberry, raspberry and crisp green apple aromas combine with the soft, rounded mouthfeel that marks out the Oxney house style. These are corks that should pop onto village cricket outfields all summer long.
Sparkling cider for wine lovers
When we’re not busy making traditional-method organic sparkling wine, we’re busy making traditional-method organic sparkling cider. The result is a true one-off – dry and crisp with restrained apple flavours, hints of toast and a warm note of honey on the finish. The perfect aperitif, best served in a sparkling wine glass.
Six miles north of Rye, in the village of Beckley in the south east corner of East Sussex, Oxney Organic Estate has been producing award-winning organic wines since 2014. The first vines were planted in 2012 by founders Kristin Syltevik and Paul Dobson, who run Oxney as part of a wider organic farming estate. Today Oxney is the largest estate producer of organic English wines. Oxney wines are crafted as a showcase for the naturally high-quality grapes grown in the vineyard. In the winery – a converted Grade II oasthouse – interventions are kept to a minimum to promote full fruit expression.
Planted between 2012 and 2018, Oxney’s 14 hectares of vines are located on a warm, sheltered site six miles from the English Channel and 17 metres above sea level. Vines are planted on a gentle southwest-facing slope, which maximises sun exposure and aids ripening. An adjoining ancient oak forest provides natural wind protection, helping to create excellent conditions for growing high-quality organic grapes. Four varieties are planted – Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Seyval Blanc. The soil is Tunbridge Wells sand – a fine sand and silt loam – above clay bedrock.
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A charge will be calculated and added on the checkout page for shipping. We charge for the first 12 bottles and after that it is free. We aim to have the wine with you within 2-3 working days but please note that we do not ship wine on Friday-Sunday.