January 2018 Wine of the Month: A wonderfully fresh rosé for the new year.
A really well-balanced Seyval / Pinot blend from Dalwood Vineyard in Devon.
A brilliantly complex Sparkling wine from Hambledon.
A stunningly complex and rich Blanc de Noirs, benefiting from maturity and barrel ageing.
A Blanc de Noirs with great depth & structure, making it a fantastic and versatile food pairing.
A striking sense of purity with a mineral finish that lingers pleasingly.
A strikingly clean and harmonious sparkling wine from Hattingley Valley.
Another punchy and driving sparkling Seyval Blanc from Peter Hall.
September 2017 Wine of the Month: The ultimate end of summer rosé.
A textbook example of well-judged structure and acidity from the master of high-octane English Sparkling wine that is Dermot Sugrue.
A fascinating journey and a great example of what maturity can bring to English Sparklng Wine.
Crisp and fresher than the previous 2013 vintage from Hattingley, and all the better for it!
A lively and poised palate – opening up with a brilliant acidity that commands attention.
Brilliant crisp acidity up front with zingy citrus and red currant flavours.
A fruit forward rosé with delicious subtle notes of spice and vanilla.
A deliciously crisp English sparkler with ripe fruit and subtle complexities.
Light and refreshing, one for those that like their fizz without that yeasty Champagne-like richness.
On the lighter side of Bacchus, but with purity, balanced acidity and surprising length.
It’s quite brisk with minimal complexity, making this refreshing and perfect as an aperitif.
A super-fresh vibrant blanc de blancs, fresh crisp green apple and hints of spiced oak.
A fresh and expressive Blanc de Blancs from Harrow & Hope.
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.