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We are delighted to offer our highly-acclaimed Chalklands Classic Cuvée N.V. in Magnum format. Our Great British Classic Method Classic Cuvée is the epitome of English elegance and expertise and is a classic blend of the three Champagne grape varieties, picked from our vineyards situated on the iconic chalk slopes of the North Downs of Kent. 

To add that extra special touch, the Magnums are late-disgorged, producing an even more luxurious drinking experience! Plus they make for perfect gifts for the connoisseurs in your life. 


Sold as a single bottle x 1.5L in a Gift Box (£85.00) 

Tasting Notes

Created from Estate grown Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, our Great British Classic Method Classic Cuvée is the epitome of English elegance. Pure gold in colour, this late-disgorged, magnum format, offers a luxurious drinking experience, with complex layers of flavour, linear precision and impressive length. 

Technical Details

Grape Variety: 40% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Meunier

Alcohol: 12% Vol.

Harvesting & Vinification: Grapes from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier vines were picked separately over a two-week period. Each variety was fermented individually using a selection of different yeasts.

Secondary Fermentation & Ageing: All components underwent malolactic fermentation and spent three months in tank ageing on light lees. After a series of tastings, the three varieties were blended, filtered and bottled to undergo the ‘prise de mousse’. Following the bottle fermentation, the wine spent at least twenty-four months ageing on yeast lees prior to disgorgement.




“This elegant fizz is a beautiful expression of one of sparkling wine’s finest terroirs: the chalky soils of eastern Kent.”

David Williams, The Guardian          


"The palate reflects the nose with yellow apple, umami, toasted bread and roasted nuts with a lick of acidity keeping it fresh and vibrant. Balanced, long and dry. A wine to savour, pleases the palate, delivers complexity. An aperitif to savour, a good partner for foods such as chicken and morel, or mature soft cheeses." 

Clive Barlow, Master of Wine


1 magnum bottle: £10

2 magnum bottles: £15

3 + magnum bottles: Complimentary Delivery



Deliveries available on working weekdays only.

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