Strikingly dry and clean throughout, the real surprise is the depth and length of the finish.
This Rosé has everything – the fresh crisp bite of citrus & a wonderful underlying yeasty depth.
Fresh, clean and dry with flavours of crisp apple, lime and a twist of tropical fruit.
A day at Taittinger’s Domaine Evremond in Kent to celebrate the ceremonial planting of the first vines.
A visit to Chapel Down to celebrate the launch of their Kit’s Coty wines and The Wine Sanctuary tasting room.
A wonderfully full and involving palate with superb flavours of orchard fruit and a real nutty oatmeal quality.
Silky, almost buttery with ripe orchard fruit flavours with a confident fresh cut through which draws you back in.
Decadently textured but suitably restrained, underpinned by an edgy acidity to remind you that it’s a cool climate Chardonnay.
A visit to the award winning Mount Vineyard in Shoreham, Kent.
A punchy, focussed Bacchus with delightful textures.
A fine and elegant English Sparkling produced for Prince Charles’ Highgrove range by Herbert Hall.
A return to The Simpsons Wine Estate in Kent for official opening of their winery.
A Bacchus with strong acidity and punchy citrus and grapefruit flavours.
A tour and tasting in May of one of Kent’s top sparkling wine producers, Gusbourne.
Very precise with wonderful texture and great length.
A visit to Biddenden Vineyard and Winery in Kent in April 2016
A distinctive and precise, but subtly textured cool climate Pinot Noir.
A visit to the recently established Simpsons Estate in Kent.
Clean, vibrant and almost Chablis-like Chardonnay from Kent’s Hush Heath.
Fresh, clean and elegant English rosé with subtle texture.
A visit in April to Woodchurch, one of the more recently established vineyards in Kent.
One of England’s finest still wines, textured and unctuous.
A beautifully balanced complex Chardonnay with stone fruit and tropics, from Kent’s Chapel Down.
A mid April trip to Kent to visit the stunning Hush Heath Estate.