Celebrate St George’s Day with English Sparkling Wine
23rd April 2015
St. George has been the patron saint of England since the 14th century. So why not celebrate England’s national day with a glass of English bubbly.
66% of all English wine produced now is sparkling wine and with increased popularity English sparkling wine can be found in many supermarkets.
Here’s some suggestions:
Camel Valley Pinot Noir Rosé Brut
Strawberry and raspberry aromas.
Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs
Aromas of Granny Smith apples.
Ridgeview Grosvenor Blanc de Blancs
Honey and brioche bouquet.
Hattingley King’s Cuvée
Citrus, apple and elderflower aromas.
Furleigh Classic Cuvée
Fresh lime coulis flavours and toasty aromas.
Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs
Aromas of green apple and citrus combined with buttered toast.
Denbies Whitedowns Cuvée
Rich and yeasty.
Three Choirs Classic Cuvée
Biscuity with apples and pear aromas.
Wiston Estate 2011 Rosé
Taste of fresh strawberries.
Bluebell Hindleap Blanc de Blancs
Aromas of peaches and lemon with wild honey and brioche flavours.
Hambledon Classic Cuvée
Fresh sourdough and magnolia aromas with red plums and dessert apples.
Jenkyn Place Brut Cuvée
Tate of tropical fruits, quince and baked bread.
Hush Heath Balfour Brut Rosé
Red berry and citrus aromas with toasty, brioche tones.
Hope you enjoy a glass of English bubbly and let us know if you’ve tried something new today or what your favourite is.
Glass of Bubbly
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