English wines are going from strength to strength, here are some of our favourites put together as a package to celebrate English Wine Week!
Three Choirs, Classic Cuvee, Gloucestershire
An interesting blend of Seyval and Pinot Noir, traditionally made: a dry, subtle and classy example that illustrates Englands growing expertise in Sparkling Wine.
Lilah, Enticing Dry White, Leicestershire
Made at Rothley vineyards in Leicestershire, and blended by our own wine buyer: dry, crisp, with green apple, elderflower and herbal notes, and a steely minerality.
Three Choirs, Coleridge Hill White, Gloucestershire
Crisp and refreshing, with English hedgerow aromas and hints of crisp apple, elderflower and freshly cut grass: ripe fruit and refreshing acidity.
Furleigh Bacchus, Jurassic Coast, Dorset
From our favourite English winery. Cracking example of England's signature grape: fresh, vibrant and aromatic - an interesting alternative to Sauvignon Blanc
Furleigh Chardonnay, Jurassic Coast, Dorset
Really classy and distinctly juicy style of Chardonnay.
Three Choirs, Ravens Hill Red, Gloucestershire
Lovely light fruit red, with damson and cherry fruit, nicely rounded by a subtle oak finish. Akin to good Beaujolais in style.
English Wine Mixed Six £89 (Price if bought separately £95.95)
Six Three Choirs Classic Cuvee £119 (Price if bought separately £126)