English Wine Week 2017 will take place Saturday 27th May – Sunday 4th June 2017
English Wine Week is a national campaign, designed to raise awareness of English wine across the country. There are a wide range of activities which take place across the country to celebrate English Wine Week, involving both retail and leisure outlets, and at the vineyards themselves.
English Wine Week starts over Spring Bank Holiday which is also half term holiday for most schools. It marks the start of the tourist season, and the vineyards themselves are waking up to the new growing season – there is plenty to see and enjoy.
Please see below the listings details of forthcoming events and news about the events will be posted on our newspages. Don’t forget to follow #EnglishWineWeek on twitter. Read More
As the stocks of our 2015 vintage start to run thin – this rare and sublime English Wine from Derbyshire has just had 2 bottles made even rarer.
Apparently, somewhere in the world there are two bottles of this already rare product made rarer still having been signed by Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson MP. Read More
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phillip Hammond, announced that duty on wine will increase in line with inflation, disappointing those in the trade campaigning for it to be cut. Read More
En primeur also known as “wine futures” or as we like to call ours Pre-Sale is the process for consumers to purchase wines early while the vintage is still being finished in barrel, prior to bottling. Read More
Hi All – as we reach the end of February we will be checking the Vineyard this Saturday following big ‘ole Doris blowing through Derbyshire on Thursday and we’ll be continuing the pruning work of the vines which should be reaching completion soon. Read More