Nyetimber Brut Classic Cuvée Sparkling Blend NV

Ratings on Delectable

Bob McDonald Delectable Pro

Had been wanting to try this Cuvée which largely helped put English Sparkling on the map. Good bead with aromas of Apple and light biscuity aromas with good persistence on the palate. Would easily hold its own in French company. One of the 1001 wines. Have not seen it available in Australia as yet but I might have missed it.

Had been wanting to try this Cuvée which largely helped put English Sparkling on the map. Good bead with aromas of Apple and light biscuity aromas with good persistence on the palate. Would easily hold its own in French company. One of the 1001 wines. Have not seen it available in Australia as yet but I might have missed it.

9.2

Shun Kikuchi Delectable Pro

elegant. mid+ intensity of citrus and baked apple. Dry, mid+ acidity, creamy fizz. champagne kind of style

elegant. mid+ intensity of citrus and baked apple. Dry, mid+ acidity, creamy fizz. champagne kind of style

9.0

Shay A Delectable Pro

Weston hosted Friday group today and was it definitely a can’t miss tasting. Wow! Absolutely knocked it out of the park with heavy hitter after heavy hitter. Similar to Wednesday group, all wines are tasted blind. English sparkler ladies and gentlemen! Coming on the scene hot. Most guessed French NV. I wondered if it was possibly high end west coast like an Ultramarine. Loads of apple here. Little yeast and chalk. Great texture and bubbles.

Weston hosted Friday group today and was it definitely a can’t miss tasting. Wow! Absolutely knocked it out of the park with heavy hitter after heavy hitter. Similar to Wednesday group, all wines are tasted blind. English sparkler ladies and gentlemen! Coming on the scene hot. Most guessed French NV. I wondered if it was possibly high end west coast like an Ultramarine. Loads of apple here. Little yeast and chalk. Great texture and bubbles.

9.3

Eric Egan Delectable Pro

Better than most English faux-champagnes. A nice tasty nose with a discernible, not unwelcome tang of Brett. However, it had an underwhelming expression of fruit and minerals (green apples, green grape juice, and, hot (for England...) sand) and was quite short. It also had that giant hole in the mid-palate that English wine tends to have; as if something's frankly just missing. Producers over here should stick with varietals that are suited to the climate and terroir; forget the hype - Sussex is not the new champagne!

Better than most English faux-champagnes. A nice tasty nose with a discernible, not unwelcome tang of Brett. However, it had an underwhelming expression of fruit and minerals (green apples, green grape juice, and, hot (for England...) sand) and was quite short. It also had that giant hole in the mid-palate that English wine tends to have; as if something's frankly just missing. Producers over here should stick with varietals that are suited to the climate and terroir; forget the hype - Sussex is not the new champagne!

8.4

mattswineworld Delectable Pro

A half-bottle taste of England, sparkling wine on a par with those of nearby Champagne.

A half-bottle taste of England, sparkling wine on a par with those of nearby Champagne.

9.6

Jason Brater

Small active bubbles w a nice mousse. Touch of green Apple then lemon curd and some brioche but not toasty. Crisp and clean. Beautiful.

Small active bubbles w a nice mousse. Touch of green Apple then lemon curd and some brioche but not toasty. Crisp and clean. Beautiful.

9.3

Stuart Pollack

Mediocre Champagne substitute having a nice start, but a sour finish. If it were a $30 bottle, it would be great, but at $60, one is better off with real Champagne.

Mediocre Champagne substitute having a nice start, but a sour finish. If it were a $30 bottle, it would be great, but at $60, one is better off with real Champagne.

8.2

Willem Booij

Lovely “champagne” from the UK, fuck Brexit!

Lovely “champagne” from the UK, fuck Brexit!

9.0

Benjamin Keator

Very nice! Thought it was NV French

Very nice! Thought it was NV French

9.4

Benjamin Keator

Quite creamy!

Quite creamy!

9.2

Location

  • 600 Washington St.
    New York, NY 10014

  • Hours:
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    Sat. 11-8
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