Hush Heath Estate, Balfour Brut Rosé 2013



Hush Heath Estate, situated in Kent, dates back to 1503. At the heart of the property is a Tudor manor surrounded by 162 hectares of perfectly manicured gardens, vineyards and apple orchards. Forward thinking Richard Balfour-Lynn first planted vineyards on the property in 2002, with the aim of making England’s finest sparkling Rosé, Balfour Brut. Today, Hush Heath’s 15 hectares of vineyards and 8 hectares of apple trees are meticulously and sustainably managed by a family of viticulturists. They recently launched a non-vintage, Leslie’s Reserve, and the Hush Heath range comprises of still wines, Skye’s English Chardonnay, Manor Pinot Noir and Nanette’s English Rosé. Their orchards also produce Jake’s Kentish cider and, a unique new product, a Sparkling English Apple Wine. These are all made from estate grown fruit by winemakers Owen Elias and Victoria Ash. Owen Elias, both winemaker and cider maker, is a four-time winemaker of the year by the UK Vineyards Association and has nearly 20 years experience making English wines.

A delicate pale copper pink with a fine sustained mousse. A very clean nose with hints of fresh rosehip, greengage, apple and ginger. On the palate it shows typical mouth-watering acidity, notes of white currant, quince and a slight herbal note. A long and elegant finish.

48% Chardonnay , 44% Pinot Noir, 8% Pinot Meunier


Additional information

Bottle size



Sparkling Rose



Grape variety

Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir


Hush Heath Estate