How Sparkling Wines Mature
A comparison of Champagnes and English Sparkling Wines at different stages of maturityDate/Time
Date(s) - Thu 12th Mar, 2020
The Naval Club
As they age, sparkling wines tend to gain in complexity, often becoming more biscuity, but can lose some freshness and fizz. This tasting explores Champagnes and English sparkling wines at different stages of maturity.
Pol Roger Extra Cuvée de Reserve Brut (non-vintage).
Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut (NV).
Jacquesson Champagne NV but decades old.
Moet et Chandon 1983.
Hattingley Valley Classic Cuvée (NV).
Camel Valley Pinot Noir Brut 2010.
Ridgeview Bloomsbury Brut NV.
Ridgeview Bloomsbury Brut 2013.
Nyetimber Classic Cuvée 2003.
Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs 2000.
Brenda Lamb will provide a supper of salad, cold meats, cheeses and puddings.
Venue: The Naval Club, 38 Hill Street, W1J 5NS
Nearest tube: Green Park or Hyde Park Corner
Mobility rating: 5 (steep stairs).
Time: 7.00 p.m.
Dress: Smart Casual
Price £58 Members, Guests £64.
Organiser: Bernard Lamb 020 8876 0505