A fascinating journey and a great example of what maturity can bring to English Sparklng Wine.
A delicious first ever sparkling wine from Alison Nightingale’s Albourne Estate.
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!
This Rosé has everything – the fresh crisp bite of citrus & a wonderful underlying yeasty depth.
Packed full of character; a weighty hug with a pleasingly dry finish.
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 real triumph for patience, this mature rosé has hidden depths of nut, biscuit and spice.
Creamy with great weight, hints of spice and a delightful drying finish.
A fruit forward rosé with delicious subtle notes of spice and vanilla.
This is a true wine lovers rosé with subtle red fruit and warm brioche notes.
The latest vintage of what is in my opinion the best in a very impressive range from Camel Valley.
A crisp and delicate rosé with delicate creamy textures and red fruit on the finish.
A deliciously crisp English sparkler with ripe fruit and subtle complexities.
A lovely fruit-forward rosé that’s a superbly balanced summer sipper.
A dry and complex Blanc de Noirs that will continue to evolve with age.
An indulgent Classic Cuvée with rich notes of baked pear and ripe peach, with integrated honey sweetness.
Light and refreshing, one for those that like their fizz without that yeasty Champagne-like richness.
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.