This Good Friday, 10th April 2020, English wine drinkers and producers alike are going to show their support for the industry by buying and drinking their favourite English still and sparkling wines.
Founder of GreatBritishWine.com, John has been a prolific user on wine rating app Vivino for the last couple of years. Now a self appointed Great British Wine ambassador and with a mission to explore all corners of the UK to uncover the best producers and most exciting wines.
This month’s superstar English wine lineup includes a stunning Pinot Meunier sparkling from Langham as well as new Blanc de Blancs from Wiston and Gusbourne.
In the first in a series of English Wine Vertical features, John tastes through five vintages of Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs to explore the differences in vintage and bottle age.
A visit to Axminster in East Devon to catch up with Mike Huskins to talk Seyval Blanc and the rest of his plucky grape squad.
This month’s round-up features a trio of fresh still wines, as well as three distinctively different sparkling wines.
What better way to show your partner you love them on Valentine’s than to pop open a bottle of crisp, home-grown English sparkling rosé.
It’s John’s first round-up of the new year, which features a trio of outstanding English sparkling wines as well as a selection of new still releases.
John reviews some of the best budget sparkling wine buys in the supermarkets right now.
A look at four sweeter English wines made from four different grapes that are the perfect partners for festive fare and cheeses.
A festive look at five fantastic prestige Cuvée English Sparkling Wines to enjoy this Christmas.
John’s festive round-up featuring a selection of the best English wines to enjoy this Christmas.
This month’s round-up takes an exclusive look at some of the fantastic 2018 vintage still English wines, including a delectable Chardonnay and a unique Pinot Meunier from Kent.
This month John takes a look at the latest crop of zero dosage English sparkling wines, as well as a duo of own-label best buys and a delectable light Pinot Noir.
A visit to Squerryes Winery in Kent to meet Henry Warde and sample the latest in English sparkling and food hospitality.
This months round-up features a duo of delicious white wines from Woodchester Valley, as well as new sparkling wines from Oxney, Jenkyn Place, Greyfriars and Flint.
John catches up with Cherie and Brad of Nyetimber for a tasting of 1086 Vintage 2010 at Rosewood London.
July’s round-up features a concise but texturally diverse selection of wines including four fantastic stills and two delectable sparkling rosés.
This month’s mostly-sparkling round-up includes a duo of sparkling Bacchus, non-vintage Organic and a superb new Cuvée from Breaky Bottom.
A return to the unique place that is Breaky Bottom to taste three new Cuvée as well as a rather special gem from the 80’s.
The final wine in our English Wine Week food pairing series is the indulgent Nyetimber Cuvee Chérie Demi Sec, paired with peach tartlets.
This pairing of Blackbook’s Tamesis Bacchus 2018 with sushi is one that has to be tried!
Our English Wine Week special Round-up, including two outstanding prestige cuvée and a selection of brilliant new vintage still wines.
Day three of our English Wine Week food pairing feature takes a richer turn, with delicious confit duck and sweet potato paired with the stunning Simpsons Wine Estate Rabbit Hole Pinot Noir 2018.
Part 2 of our English Wine Week food pairing series, today we pair a tasty Lemon Sole and Clam dish with Chapel Down’s crisp Flint Dry 2018.