Crisp and bright with vibrant wild strawberries, raspberries and lemon zest.
All about the red berries, with ripe red cherry and wild strawberry flavours bringing a generous, smooth weight.
A most vivid ruby red colour, with a dynamic nose of cherry, wild strawberry and dried herb notes.
A beautiful sense of purity and an almost powdery, sherbert-like texture.
This wine is a big rugged rosé, with bright and tangy red fruit flavours & biscuity complexity.
A welcoming richness that is sure to go down well as we move closer to English summer time.
Producer: Chapel Down Region: Kent Product Type: Gin RRP: £33.99 Volume: 41.2% PRODUCT REVIEW The latest spirit from Chapel Down is the on-trend Pinot Noir Gin, a light blush coloured gin that has arrived just in time for spring. This is once again derived from English wine grape skins, this time from Pinot Noir, which […]
A confident rosé is suited to those who find the angular acidity of some English sparkling wines a little bracing.
A deeper rosé with rich wild strawberry, raspberry and a hint of winter spice.
Crisp citrus up front, with crunchy red apple and tangy cranberry notes, this is a perfectly balanced rosé.
A first of its kind Charmat method sparkling Rosé from Flint Vineyard.
Delicate, charms are echoed by beautiful aromas of wild strawberry, raspberry and cherry blossom.
A playful, easy drinking rosé that comes perfectly timed for summer sipping.
A superb English rosé with ripe strawberries, white peach and creamy textures on the mid-taste.
A bright, wild rosé with intense strawberry, raspberry and cherry blossom character.
A simply fantastic Pinot Noir, full of delicious, ripe red fruit flavours and velvety, integrated tannin. A must-try!
Elegant, refined, and with a lengthy finish that will keep you reaching for another pour.
A stunningly complex and rich Blanc de Noirs, benefiting from maturity and barrel ageing.
A beautifully rounded rosé with warming summer red berry and honey notes.
A fresh and fruity first vintage of still rosé from Greyfriars in Surrey.
September 2017 Wine of the Month: The ultimate end of summer rosé.
Moodier and more mysterious than the legendary 2011 vintage.
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.