The IEWA 2019 results are out, John takes a look at some of the 22 Gold Medal winners from this year’s competition.
This month Round-up features a trio of delicious Blanc de Blancs as well as a selection of still white and red wines.
A look at the increasing diversity of spirits made as part of the extending English wine industry.
Urban winery Blackbook launches its first 2018 vintage wines including the first English wine grown and made in London.
Cuvee Chérie is Nyetimber’s Demi-Sec wine – released for the first time in 2012 – that has been rejuvenated with new packaging, a new name and a new positioning.
Simpsons Wine Estate has announced that four new English still wines will be released later this year, to be distributed by Roberson Wine.
Next month’s ProWein will see Black Chalk seek opportunities to launch its wines to the international arena.
Davenport Vineyards has beaten the competition to take home the Amorim Sustainability Award in this year’s international Drinks Business Green Awards.
We catch up with Charles and Ruth Simpson at the press launch of their inaugural Canterbury Rose 2016.
LATEST SPARKLING WINE REVIEWS
A beautiful sense of purity and an almost powdery, sherbert-like texture.
This wine is a big rugged rosé, with bright and tangy red fruit flavours & biscuity complexity.
A welcoming richness that is sure to go down well as we move closer to English summer time.
LATEST STILL WINE REVIEWS
This wine is delicately textured, loaded with bright, zingy lime and grapefruit flavours.
An exhilarating, zesty punch that commands your first taste and leads to riper tropical fruit flavours.
Crisp green apple and citrus flavours with flesh peach and textural oak spiciness.