For the latest in the English Vertical Series, John tastes through eight vintages of Chapel Down’s flagship Kit’s Coty Chardonnay.
John takes a look at a selection of still and sparkling English Chardonnay.
A sumptuous mixture of ripe stone fruit and crisp orchard and citrus fruits, while the 13.5% ABV brings a glamorous richness.
John has turned his attention to English Chardonnay in both still and sparkling form for this month’s round-up.
Stephen tours seven Kentish winemakers in a day and looks at the region’s approach to wine tourism.
For this month’s round-up, John puts the focus back on English sparkling, with six top new wine picks.
John takes a festive look at some top English sparkling to enjoy over the Christmas and new year period.
Matt talks through his indulgent festive 2020 selection from Grape Britannia including prestige sparkling, white, red and dessert wine and a rare aged brandy.
John tastes through ten delicious and diverse examples of English Bacchus, which demonstrate just why this is the white grape of choice in England right now.
This month, Matt looks back at a selection of old favourite English wines, including Nyetimber’s delicious Cuvee Chérie and the ever-reliable Chapel Down Bacchus.
Raise a toast on VE Day 75 with a duo of cocktails made from a combination of Chapel Down English Sparkling Wine and gin.
John reviews some of the best budget sparkling wine buys in the supermarkets right now.
A look at four sweeter English wines made from four different grapes that are the perfect partners for festive fare and cheeses.
A festive look at five fantastic prestige Cuvée English Sparkling Wines to enjoy this Christmas.
This month’s mostly-sparkling round-up includes a duo of sparkling Bacchus, non-vintage Organic and a superb new Cuvée from Breaky Bottom.
Our English Wine Week special Round-up, including two outstanding prestige cuvée and a selection of brilliant new vintage still wines.
WOTM May 2019 A celebration of English Chardonnay purity, and it comes with such welcoming texture and complexity.
Part 2 of our English Wine Week food pairing series, today we pair a tasty Lemon Sole and Clam dish with Chapel Down’s crisp Flint Dry 2018.
Baked apple pudding and ripe stone fruit flavours set the stage for an incredibly approachable Blanc de Blancs.
The first part of month’s round-up features a trio of tantalisingly good Blanc de Blancs as well fresh new sparkling rosé.
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 […]
John makes a visit to Chapel Down’s new Gin Works restaurant and bar in King’s Cross, London.
Four delicious sparkling wines from Hampshire, a special cuvée from Surrey and the latest Kit’s Coty Chardonnay form the February Round-up.
A quick look at a selection of aromatic English white wines that pair perfectly with Asian food.