Hannah takes a look at five inspirational women working in English wine for International Women’s Day.
It would have been impossible for Hannah not to fall in love with wine, whilst living the glamorous life, serving fine wines aboard superyachts and in Alpine ski chalets. Combining her lust for vines and travel, Hannah spent two years working vintages in France, Australia, and New Zealand, (making both commercial and minimal intervention wines). Feet firmly back on home soil she is enamoured with the blossoming British wine industry and can’t wait to share her English wine escapades with you.
Hannah visits Kinsbrook in West Chiltington to discover how they transformed the family farm into a vineyard ‘From the Ground Up’.
Hannah takes a look at the emergence of Charmat method sparkling wine in England and its appeal to lovers of easy-drinking bubbles.
What makes a successful wine brand in England? Hannah takes a look at the creative thought process behind the Rathfinny brand and label.
We caught up with Jacob and Zoë of Black Chalk amidst a hive of activity including new wine releases and the construction of a brand new winery.
Hannah visits Albourne Estate in Sussex to chat to inspirational winemaker Alison Nightingale.
With a family estate dating back to 1743, Hannah tells the story of romance, dreams and vineyards behind Wiston Estate.
Hannah makes a visit to Terlingham Vineyard in Kent to discover all about natural English wine.