Robbie reports back on an action-packed Welsh Wine Week, following a visit to Velfrey Vineyard for an eclectic Vineyards of Wales tasting of eight wines.
Welsh Wine Week is here, and we take a look at a trio of producers as well as how you can get involved to discover Welsh wine.
In a month packed full of exciting new English wines, John reviews a first of its kind Demi-Sec Rosé, a tasty new Blanc de Noirs as well as four deliciously different still wines.
In a new series looking at iconic English wine styles, John takes a look at both the most recent and the Decanter Trophy-winning Bacchus from Winbirri.
With lockdown measures starting to lift, Sam takes a look at the five Vineyards of the Surrey Hills that you should visit this summer.
In a new series looking at iconic English wine styles, John takes a look at a duo of still Chardonnays from Gusbourne in Kent.
The latest GBW round-up features a diverse selection of wines perfect for #EnglishWineWeek, including a tasty trio of English reds, two whites and two delectable English Sparkling wines.
Our new writer Charles Carron Brown, Head Sommelier of Henrock by Simon Rogan, takes a look at Bsixtwelve and their incredibly food-friendly Pinot Blanc.
We tried out Corkk The English Wine Box, a new subscription service specialising in exceptional wine selected by Master of Wine Clive Barlow.
John catches up with Mark Driver, co-owner of Rathfinny to talk about their brand new Classic Cuvée, as well as the full range of sparkling wines.
This month, Matt looks back at a selection of old favourite English wines, including Nyetimber’s delicious Cuvee Chérie and the ever-reliable Chapel Down Bacchus.
What makes a successful wine brand in England? Hannah takes a look at the creative thought process behind the Rathfinny brand and label.
This month, John takes a look at sparkling wines in both traditional and innovative forms, including our superb May wine of the month from Fox & Fox.
Raise a toast on VE Day 75 with a duo of cocktails made from a combination of Chapel Down English Sparkling Wine and gin.
John takes a look at two flagship grapes in English wine, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, in their various still and sparkling guises.
This month, John takes a look at two indulgent vintage English sparkling wines, as well as a selection of white blends, NV sparkling and something sweet for Easter.
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.
This month’s selection from Grape Britannia includes a sparkling red wine and Bacchus, a unique English Chasselas and a delicious Fortified Wine from Wales.
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.
Matt Hodgson of Grape Britannia selects four more from his range of English wines, including an Organic Pinot Noir from Davenport and Saffron Grange Classic Cuvée from Essex.
Sam takes a look at an abundance of new Gusbourne wine releases, including the latest vintages of the Brut Reserve & Blanc de Blancs, as well as the brand new Blanc de Noirs & Pinot Noir Barrel Selection.
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.