WOTM November 2019 Immaculate and Chablis-esque, with lovely hints of minerality, suggestions of toasted oak, tangerine peel and spice.
This month’s round-up takes an exclusive look at some of the fantastic 2018 vintage still English wines, including a delectable Chardonnay and a unique Pinot Meunier from Kent.
A beautiful fusion of youthful citrus fruit and crunchy apples complemented by rounder, peachy notes.
This month’s mostly-sparkling round-up includes a duo of sparkling Bacchus, non-vintage Organic and a superb new Cuvée from Breaky Bottom.
Day three of our English Wine Week food pairing feature takes a richer turn, with delicious confit duck and sweet potato paired with the stunning Simpsons Wine Estate Rabbit Hole Pinot Noir 2018.
Kentish producer Simpsons Wine Estate launches range of 2018 still wines and inaugural Classic Cuvée.
Part 2 of this month’s round-up features a selection of delicious 2018 still wines, including Pinot Meunier and Sauvignon Blanc.
This month Round-up features a trio of delicious Blanc de Blancs as well as a selection of still white and red wines.
Simpsons Wine Estate has announced that four new English still wines will be released later this year, to be distributed by Roberson Wine.
The latest English wine discoveries from John, including a trio from Kent and delicious new wines from Nyetimber and Breaky Bottom.
As seven Kentish winemakers unite, John takes trip to Rochester Cathedral for the inaugural Wine Garden of England Festival.
We catch up with Charles and Ruth Simpson at the press launch of their inaugural Canterbury Rose 2016.
Very clean, while the mineral textures build and linger with excellent length.
John’s latest round-up of English wine recommendations to enjoy this summer.
Today sees the official announcement of The Wine Garden of England; a formation of seven of the top English Wine producers in Kent.
A look at some of the newest English wines that I’ve discovered throughout February.
John returns to Simpsons Wine Estate in Kent for a preview of the Estate’s first wines.
Charles & Ruth Simpson stay true to their promise of letting the British public decide the name of their first ever English Sparkling wine.
We explore 8 still English Chardonnays and explore how they compare with other internationally established regions.
This month sees the launch of Noble Isle, a range of products made from extracts of English Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir grapes.
The British public are taking back control.
A return to The Simpsons Wine Estate in Kent for official opening of their winery.
Naked Wines & Simpsons to launch English Sparkling to be named by the British public