Vine Fresh Case 4.0
The best English Wine to start 2022 with!
6 bottle case
We are now onto our 4th Vine Fresh Case. A 6 bottle case of the latest and best English Wines we've found from around the country that we feel are worthy of making it onto our site. So whether you're a seasoned English Wine Pro or just want to discover the very latest English Wines available, then this is the case for you!
Here's the run down of what we've found:
First up is the London Cru Pinot Noir Précoce. An English Red made in London and we loved this from the moment we discovered it. Made in Fulham, it's a red with a lovely balance that makes it very drinkable and is one of those wines that just gets better and better with every sip. We're big fans as you can tell and London Cru is definitely one to watch in the coming years if this is anything to go by.
Then we have the Shotley Bubbles from Suffolk. A charming vineyard situated on the banks of the River Orwell run by Charlotte and her husband. Their Bubbles is made in the same method as Prosecco and is brilliant value for money for an English Sparkling Wine at under £20 a bottle. This was a stand out success over Christmas and it will open your eyes on how great value English Sparkling can be!
Next we have a sparkling rosé that can take on the might of the English Wine giants such as Nyetimber and Chapel Down. The Great Windsor Park Sparkling Rosé from the Queen's vineyard is delicious. Fact. Whilst it's not the cheapest (£45/bottle) this is well worth having in the fridge for a special occasion. This became a best-seller in December and it's our new favourite too.
Onto the English Whites and first up is Heppington from Kent. We already stock a number of Heppington Wines so our expectations where high when we tasted their latest Chardonnay. Wow! Did it hit the spot! Crisp, fresh with a zingy finish this is a great English Chardonnay. If you enjoy a French Chardonnay, you must try this locally produced one! Pairs great with a chicken roast too.
Next Meophams Whitehill also from Kent. If you want a wine that is a safe bet that gets more and more exciting during the evening, then this is your wine. Extremely pleasant and maybe a little shy to begin with then the more you sip the more it begins to shine! If you like fun, approachable whites, then try this.
Last but not least, something a bit different. Something for those looking for new experiences. New Hall have taken the bold step of adding oakiness to their traditionally delicate Bacchus grape. This is dangerous and you will get noticed. But in this case New Hall, brilliant as they are, have taken it on and and pulled it off. If you like an oaked Sauvignon Blanc, you'll love this.
So there you have it. Our latest, must-try English Wines all in one case for you to sample. The perfect hobby for January!
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