The Great British Showcase
A mixed case of sparkling, white, red and rosé wines, all from vineyards in England and Wales!
This case is a great starting point for anyone new to discovering English wine as it showcases a variety of different types and styles of wine. It also makes a great gift or is perfect if you're planning on entertaining!
This is a case of 12 bottles - 2 sparkling, 4 red, 4 white and 2 rosé.
Fox & Fox Mosaic from Sussex – a dry, luxurious English sparkling wine with the most incredible brioche aromas! Flavours of orchard fruits and delicate toasty notes.
Carr Taylor Brut from Hastings – a dry English sparkling wine made in the style of Champagne. This is a luxurious fizz with real depth of flavour, but slightly lighter in body than Champagne – biscuit, apple and elderflower flavours.
Wayfarer Bacchus from Kent – a dry, Sauvignon-style white wine made in limited volumes, with flavours of elderflower, peach, and mineral.
Stopham Pinot Gris from Sussex – a slightly off-dry white wine that we think fans of dry, unoaked wines like Chardonnay or Chenin Blanc will enjoy. Bursting with flavours of citrus and stone fruits.
Chilford Hall Legacy from Cambridgeshire – a dry white wine that we think un-oaked Chardonnay fans will enjoy. Flavours of apple, tropical fruit and a hint of citrus.
Carr Taylor Ortega from Hastings – a dry, lightly oaked white wine that will be a hit with fans of Chardonnay. Notes of apricot, orange blossom, vanilla and toasty oak.
Lowick Regent from Northamptonshire – a full bodied, fruity red wine that we think fans of Malbec or Merlot would enjoy. Ultra-smooth, with flavours of dark fruits.
Chilford Hall Granta Valley from Cambridgeshire – a medium bodied red wine that we think fans of Rioja will enjoy. This has some rich earthy tones to it, as well as dark fruit flavours and a hint of vanilla.
Sixteen Ridges Pinot Noir from Worcestershire – a light bodied red wine that’s got surprising complexity. Light tannins, with a combination of flavours ranging from cherries to woody flavours and a slightly earthy finish.
Winbirri Pinot Noir from Norfolk – a light to medium bodied red wine that’s been gently oak aged. We think fans of lighter styles of Rioja will love this – bursting with dark fruit flavours with delicate oaked tones.
Sixteen Ridges Pinot Noir Rosé from Worcestershire – a dry rosé that’s similar to Provence-rosé but we think it offers a bit more complexity of flavour! Notes of cranberry, strawberry and raspberry, with floral and citrus tones.
Wayfarer Hedgerow Rosé from Kent – an off-dry rosé bursting with flavours of red fruits and candied apples, with a complex, long finish.