In a nutshell:
A seriously good English sparkling wine despite the slightly frivolous name.
Made in the traditional method, just as in champagne, this is a bit more than just 'bubbly'. It's made from a blend of Chardonnay and Muller-Thurgau, which though a little know grape these days, contributes to giving this delicate hints of honeysuckle and a zesty citrus character. Aged on its lees for 18 months to give a real richness and classic yeastiness for the modest price there's a lot to admire.
When to drink:
Fresh and lively with a touch of richness it's perfect alongside roast chicken, or turkey.