A little nervy; tangy apple and vibrant citrus, but it integrates so brilliantly with the supple mousse.
Baked apple pudding and ripe stone fruit flavours set the stage for an incredibly approachable Blanc de Blancs.
A fresh and expressive Blanc de Blancs from Harrow & Hope.
A cut above many examples in the price range and exceptionally good value.
A confident rosé is suited to those who find the angular acidity of some English sparkling wines a little bracing.
A light and crisp sparkling wine from Hampshire, usually made from a blend of Auxerrois and Pinot Gris.
A first of its kind Meunier Blanc de Noirs with distinctive red apple, berry and nutty savoury character.
Both driving and giving, ending on a delicious honey roasted nut complexity that lingers elegantly on the finish.
Probably the best mainstream own-label English wine on the market right now.
A wealth of biscuit, oatmeal and nutty complexity, whilst the texture is smooth, creamy and enveloping.
Rich on the ripe orchard fruit flavours with a decadently creamy, soft mousse.
A lively, crisp palate awaits with a zesty lemon tart zing and lightly honeyed stone fruit flavours.
A strikingly distinctive sparkling wine, both in concept and in character.
Elegant, refined, and with a lengthy finish that will keep you reaching for another pour.
Interweaving flavours of redcurrant tang with hints of mineral, lemon zest and spice.
A Blanc de Noirs with great depth & structure, making it a fantastic and versatile food pairing.
A beautifully rounded rosé with warming summer red berry and honey notes.
A wonderfully rich and vibrant Classic Cuvée with a striking air of youth about it.
A striking sense of purity with a mineral finish that lingers pleasingly.
October 2017 Wine of the Month: A surprisingly rich red.
Rich ripe peach and pineapple flavours with zesty citrus cut through.
Moodier and more mysterious than the legendary 2011 vintage.
Strikingly dry and clean throughout, the real surprise is the depth and length of the finish.
Crisp and fresher than the previous 2013 vintage from Hattingley, and all the better for it!