The perfect indulgent and delicious dish for brunch on a lazy day, which is also really simple to prepare. The salty, savoury flavours of the smoked streaky bacon and soft-boiled egg pair beautifully with the bright, bubbly Aldwick Jubilate Brut.
Slow cooking the pork belly means the meat stays soft and juicy, while you get the most incredible crackling on top. It’s served with a quick homemade apple sauce, which unlike the shop-bought stuff is tart and tangy rather than sweet. This recipe matches beautifully with the full-bodied, fruity Sutton Ridge Dewdown Yeo Valley Sparkling.
A luxurious dessert that’s surprisingly easy to put together. Clouds of light, creamy syllabub are topped with tart rhubarb compote & pieces of crystallised ginger – the flavours go beautifully with the strawberry notes in the Bolney Estate Rosé Cuvée.