At Roebuck Estates, we strive to produce the very best English sparkling wines. We work in close partnership with internationally renowned winemaker, Emma Rice to craft our award-winning sparkling wines, using a harmonious blend of classic Champagne grape varieties. Only the finest hand-harvested fruit is selected for our sparkling wines. Discover our fantastic wines and experience their exceptional finesse and complexity.
Classic Cuvée 2013
Crafted from fruit picked at optimal ripeness from multiple mature vineyards, Roebuck Estates Classic Cuvée 2013 is whole-bunch pressed and partially fermented in the finest French oak casks, giving the wine complexity, richness and elegance. Lees ageing for a minimum of 36 months enhances the character of the 2013 vintage, creating an excellent English sparkling wine and a perfect companion for special occasions and time with friends.
“Complex nose, citrus and red fruits, roast nuts and baked bread. Plenty of depth, acidity well integrated. This is a pretty wine, with attractive development and richness.” International Wine & Spirits Competition 2019
Classic cuvée 2013 awards
Classic Cuvée 2014
A rich yet refined sparkling wine produced in a vintage that will be looked back on fondly. The fruit destined for our Roebuck Estates Classic Cuvée 2014 is harvested by hand and whole-bunch pressed. Partial fermentation in the finest French oak casks, followed by long lees ageing for a minimum of 36 months, gives the wine additional richness, depth and complexity. The perfect companion for life’s memorable moments.
“This sparkling is a new discovery; only the second vintage, yet mightily impressive. Lemon curd and spice sit over a yeasty, brioche-infused core – it’s intense but fresh.” Susy Atkins, Telegraph Magazine.
Classic cuvée 2014 awards
Blanc de Noirs 2015
Nestled in a blissfully serene valley at the foothills of the South Downs lies our Roman Villa Vineyard where the fruit for this wine was grown. Crafted exclusively from hand-picked Pinot Noir grapes, our Blanc de Noirs 2015 is partially fermented in the finest French oak casks and bottle-aged for a minimum of four years. A rich, yet beautifully balanced wine with delicate bubbles, a silky texture, and a long-lingering finish. Baked apples and ripe stone fruits on the palate are layered with notes of brioche and toasted almonds, characteristic of a generous bottle-ageing.
“Their latest release is the brilliant, elegantly bottled Blanc de Noirs 2015 made entirely from pinot noir grapes grown near the site of the ancient Roman villa at Petworth in West Sussex, which has really individual depth of rich, nutty, lingering flavours stemming from four years lees ageing in the bottle.” Terry Kirby, The Independent