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We won two Gold Medals in the Wine GB Awards – one each for the Classic Cuvée 2014 and the Rosé 2014.

They were among 230 English and Welsh wines judged in total and we’re proud to say we fought off stiff competition to achieve two of only 28 Gold Medals awarded overall. The judging of the national awards, formally knows as the UK Wine Awards, took place on the 14th and 15th of May at Hotel du Vin, Wimbledon, with an impressive line up of judges from the UK wine industry including Saturday Kitchen’s Susie Barrie, presenter Oz Clarke and winemaker Sue Daniels (of Marks and Spencer).

The judges’ glowing comments are testament to the dedication and passion of our small team for producing world-class sparkling wines from our estate; we couldn’t be prouder!

Award Winning Sparkling Wine
Langham Classic Cuvée 2014 is a blend of the three classic Champagne varieties Chardonnay (50%), Pinot noir (25%) and Pinot meunier (25%). In appearance it has a golden colour with a stream of fine bubbles. The nose has aromas of red apple and brioche giving way to a refreshing palate with luxurious mouthfeel and flavours reminiscent of honeydew melon and poached pear. An elegant acidity brings poise to the palate and provides a mouth-watering finish, and it pairs perfectly with seafood and summer salads – or drinks beautifully on its own.

Langham Rosé 2014, a beautiful salmon pink sparkling cuvée, is a blend of the Estate’s finest Pinot Noir (89%) and Chardonnay (11%). This wine has a fine stream of small bubbles with a rich nose of butter pastry, strawberry and fresh red cherry. The palate is light and refreshing with flavours reminiscent of summer fruit pudding and a complex honeyed richness on the finish. It can be happily enjoyed on its own, with lightly spiced Asian-inspired dishes or with fresh fruit desserts.