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Graham Beck Brut

75cl

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Graham Beck Brut

£16.36
£16.36
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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: sparkling wine
Appellation:Robertson (Breede River Valley, South Africa)
Winery: Graham Beck Wines
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Grapes: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 12%
Type Of Sparkling: Brut
The Graham Beck Brut (£98.17) is a sparkling wine made by Graham Beck Wines from Robertson made of pinot noir and chardonnay and shows an alcoholic strength of 12%. Drinks&Co users reviewed this sparkling wine with 4 of 5 points and has also robert parker: 89.

Description of Graham Beck Brut

Graham Beck Brut (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir)

TASTING NOTES OF Graham Beck Brut:

  • View: pale gold, fine and dense bubbles.
  • Nose: light aromas of yeast, fresh fruit side chalky tones in the nose.
  • Mouth: rich creamy complexity on the palate, with exceptionally fine foam freshness and finesse.

APPELLATION: Robertson.

VINEYARD: Graham Beck Wines

GRAPES: Chardonnay Pinot Noir 53% and 47%.

WINE PAIRING: seafood and light meats.

ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12%

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Reviews of Graham Beck Brut

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4 /5

- Beautiful harmony between lengthy Chardonnay and fragrant Pinot Noir.
- The result is a sparkling wine with a fine mousse giving freshness and finesse elegant ripe fruit and light yeast aromas and a rich creamy complexity on the palate.
- 'Cape sparklers are improving, with Beck ahead of the pack with this stylish citric champagne lookalike; expect more ripeness of fruit and less acidity than the real thing.'
Rose Murray Brown MW, The Scotsman
- 'I've always enjoyed Graham Beck's sparklers, made in the champagne method under the supervision of the legendary Pieter Bubbles Ferreira. This 50-50 blend of chardonnay and pinot noir from the Robertson region is about as good as it gets for a non-champagne fizz, being crisp and clean, but toasty and brioche-like too. A cracking aperitif.'
Jonathan Ray, Daily Telegraph
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