The Nyetimber estate counts three major landmarks in its history. Its earliest beginnings saw it first recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086. Then there was the planting of the first vines, almost exactly 900 years later. Most recently, there was the decision in 2006 that Nyetimber wines deserved an audience on the world stage.
All grapes that go into Nyetimber wine are grown in 152 hectares of land that span West Sussex and Hampshire and the estate is dedicated to the production of the the holy trinity of Champagne grapes: chardonnay, pinot meunier and pinot noir. Their winemaker, Cherie Spriggs, is central to every decision made, from the picking of grapes through to vinification.
All their wine is crafted according to the traditional methods, aging them for extended periods of time and giving the bottles sufficient post-disgorgement time before release
Find our more about Nyetimber from their website at http://www.nyetimber.com.