Celebrate Christmas and the New Year with the Best of 2020 Case

To celebrate the end of a challenging, but rewarding year in English wine, Great British Wine and Grape Britannia have teamed up to put together a special case of six of John’s top English wines of the year.

All six wines were featured in the Great British Wine ‘The Class of 2020’ feature and are available for the special price of £169.53 (usually £178.45)

The Best of 2020 Case

A case packed full of English still and sparkling luxury, perfect for enjoying over Christmas and the New Year

1 x Chapel Down Kit’s Coty Bacchus 2018
1 x Litmus Wines White Pinot Noir 2016
1 x Roebuck Estate Classic Cuvée 2014
1 x Harrow & Hope Blanc de Noirs 2015
1 x Balfour Hush Heath Suitcase Pinot Noir 2018
1 x Lyme Bay Chardonnay 2018

** Order by Sunday 20th December
for delivery in time for Christmas **

Roebuck Estates Classic Cuvée 2014

“I was taken by this wine the minute I opened it; it was one of the early stars of the year. Complex, exuberant and exquisitely textured.”

Lyme Bay Chardonnay 2018

“One of the best English Chardonnays I’ve tasted full-stop. The 2018 Essex-grown fruit brings an almost New World ripeness that makes this a hugely satisfying wine.”

Harrow & Hope Blanc de Noirs 2015

“Not just one of the best Blanc de Noirs I’ve tasted, but one of the best English sparkling wines of the year. Stunning textures and generous complexity, this is a must try!”

Hush Heath Suitcase Pinot Noir 2018

“This tempts with its decadent textures of oak and spice and wonderful rounded red fruit flavours. A new benchmark for English Pinot Noir?”

Chapel Down Kit’s Coty Bacchus 2018

“A generous mixture of ripe peach, tangy papaya tropics, and a seasoning of smoked nutty oak and mint. The most texturally outstanding Bacchus I’ve tasted, and one of my very top wines of the year.”

Litmus White Pinot Noir 2016

“Consistently expressive and involving, this complex white wine is made from red Pinot grapes. Tasted blind, you might think it’s a Burgundian Chardonnay. It has similar textural oak, luscious stone fruit flavours, but then there’s just a suggestion of red berry.”

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One Comment

  1. That’s a great list and our family have chosen to go “the full English this year too. Pre lunch drink, Chapel Down sparkling Bacchus, first course Hush Heath sparkling rose and Stopham Pinot Gris, main course Gusbourne Pinot Noir, Dessert Three Choirs Noble Harvest. So much quality to choose from!

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