Thought I’d throw this into the sparkling line-up as an English. Hush Heath’s rosé is more noted, but I guess this is the top cuvée. Showed clearly the brisk acidity of England, when set alongside Champagne. Also, aromatically a slightly unusual – almost confected – strawberry fruit note. Perfumed, with some vegetal, then flint. Touch of toasted bread. A little simple, strangely. Sweet entry, then searing lemon acidity. Flinty mineral flavour, but a chalky texture. Linear. Tight. Young. Also expensive for what it is.