English Sparkling Wine for Easter

15th March 2016

English Sparkling Wine for Easter

Why not celebrate Easter and the start of Spring with a fresh and fruity English bubbly? It’s local, high quality and tastes great with your Easter dinner, picnics and chocolate eggs.

English sparkling wine is made using the same method as Champagne and the quality is often considered on par with it’s French counterpart. Try asking at your local wine merchants for expert advice and local bubbly. You can now find many English sparkling wines in the supermarket (Waitrose has a good selection), or search online shops for something a little more unknown

Three Choirs Classic Cuvée£16.99
Affordable and great quality. A light and delicate bubbly, made from vineyards in Gloucestershire.

Chapel Down Vintage£20.79
This award-winning Kent bubbly is a great introduction to English sparkling wine.

Camel Valley Cornwall Brut£26.99
This Cornwall bubbly is served in Michelin Star Restaurants . A quality sparkling wine from the South West.


Nyetimber Classic Cuvée£31.99
One of the most well-known faces of English sparkling wine, Nyetmber is grown in the fantastic soils of West Sussex.

Hoffman & Rathbone Blanc de Blancs£40
Ready to try a more high-end English sparkling wine? Hoffman & Rathbone won’t disappoint.



Pink bubbly looks great in the Spring sunshine and tastes beautiful with desserts and strawberries.

Jenkyn Estate Sparkling Rosé£24.99
This delightful rosé has been winning awards galore. A classic blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.


Bluebell Vineyard Hindleap Brut Rosé – £26.99
An upcoming winery in East Sussex gaining increasing recognition.

Balfour Brut Rosé£35.99
An exceptional example of an English sparkling rosé from Hush Heath estate in Kent.

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