Composition: 20% Chardonnay. 40% Pinot Noir. 40% Pinot Meunier. Grapes are sourced from around 40 different crus. Minimum 30 months on the lees before disgorgement. Comments: The current cuvee is based on the 2008 vintage with 14% reserve wines from 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005. Alcohol: 12.5% Dosage: 10g/1 Tasting Notes: Attractive bouquet, with youthful, delicate, creamy hints and touch of yeasty autolysis. In mouth, lively persistent bubbles with clean, soft creamy fruit, excellent intensity and a lingering finish. Elegant and balanced.
Sheridan’s Irish Cream Liqueur is known for its recognisable two tone packaging. The separate black and white decanters contain flavours which blend exceptionally well together and offer up real class and of course, a pleasurable drinking experience. The white liqueur has the creamy vanilla depth of white chocolate whilst the black is rich in warm coffee and whiskey notes. When enjoyed together a nuttiness comes through which helps blend the flavours together and deliver true satisfaction.