A little nervy; tangy apple and vibrant citrus, but it integrates so brilliantly with the supple mousse.
The first part of month’s round-up features a trio of tantalisingly good Blanc de Blancs as well fresh new sparkling rosé.
Bright and precise, this elegant Blanc de Blancs excels with its focussed orchard fruit flavours and delicate minerality.
As seven Kentish winemakers unite, John takes trip to Rochester Cathedral for the inaugural Wine Garden of England Festival.
Robbie and John head back to Kent to interview Charlie Holland, winemaker and CEO of Gusbourne, in our first ever video feature.
This month John takes a look at some of the newest English Sparkling wines from top producers, including new releases from Nyetimber, Gusbourne and Sugrue.
A delicious, rich Brut Reserve from Gusbourne with lovely nutty complexity.
A beautifully feminine floral Pinot Noir with precise summer red fruit flavours.
John takes a closer look at English still wines for another summer-themed round-up.
Today sees the official announcement of The Wine Garden of England; a formation of seven of the top English Wine producers in Kent.
We explore 8 still English Chardonnays and explore how they compare with other internationally established regions.
Last Wednesday saw the English wine industry assemble to celebrate the inaugural UK Wine Awards.
Robbie returns to Gusbourne for the launch of their brand new tasting visitor centre and ‘The Nest’ tasting room.
This Rosé has everything – the fresh crisp bite of citrus & a wonderful underlying yeasty depth.
Part 2 of our Summer themed English Sparkling Rosé lineup.
The GBW team assemble to taste a selection of Own Label sparkling wines from supermarkets and wine retailers.
The GBW team taste through 14 White and Red Pinot’s from across the UK.
A look at some of the top English Wines to drink during the festive season.
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 distinctive and precise, but subtly textured cool climate Pinot Noir.
A seasonal look at the top English wines to drink over Easter.
A super elegant English delight.
Lovely palate, super smooth tasting red berry notes with mocha and sweet vanilla.