Discovery Series Pinot Blanc 2021

1 Bottle (75cl)


  • This product can only be purchased via our Mix Your Own case. Please follow the link below.
  • Fruity & Floral
  • Batch No.3 in the Chapel Down Discovery Series
  • Free Standard UK mainland delivery over £75
Build your own case
Why not build your own, ideal for gifting and hosting.
Build your own
Product Description

This product in single bottle format is only available via our Mix Your Own Case option.

Grape Variety

100% Pinot Blanc

The subtle, but highly versatile Pinot Blanc. Originating as a white grape mutation of Pinot Noir from Burgundy, Pinot Blanc is now most commonly grown in Alsace (France), Baden (Germany) and Lombardy (Italy). It is, however, a great match for the warmer areas of England. It thrives in relatively cool wine growing areas on limestone/clay mix soils, where it produces dry, refreshing still white wines, as well as being an excellent blending grape for sparklers. Think Franciacorta or Crémant.

Delivery Information

Free Standard Delivery (2-4 working days) is available on all UK mainland orders over £75.00.
Express Delivery* (1-2 working days) is available from £6.95 per order.
Chapel Down Personalised Brut products are not available with Express Delivery.
Full Delivery & Shipping details here.


Surprise and delight with our free personalised gift message service. Fill out the gift message box in your pop out basket before checking out to ensure it is added to your order.

Become a shareholder

We believe investing in Chapel Down should be rewarding and fun. As well as reaping the rewards of the company's performance, you'll have access to an outstanding package of benefits and discounts. For shareholder pricing and information on joining us click here.

Pinot Blanc 2021


Kent (69%), Essex (31%)

On the Maldon Estate, Essex, grapes are grown on cordon and double guyot pruning systems, and on predominately clay soils. Whilst clay can create drainage issues within shallow sloped vineyards, the soil type's ability to retain nutrients ensures the Maldon Estate produces consistently high fruit quality, particularly of grape varieties like Pinot Blanc.


The Pinot Blanc grapes were whole bunch pressed, and only the best juice was used. Fermentation took place in temperature-controlled stainless steel, followed by malolactic fermentation. At Chapel Down, we utilise malolactic fermentation in order to convert tart malic acid into softer lactic acid for a variety of our white wines. This allows for additional velvety texture and body to be added to these wines, without overpowering signature floral or citrus aromas.