British Airways is celebrating its centenary year in style with the launch of its own English Sparkling Wine. Customers will be able to enjoy the bubbles from the award-winning Hattingley Valley from July 1 and raise a toast to the airline’s milestone birthday.
We all love family. We all love wine. Supporting family-owned wineries means that you are supporting your own values as well as a family-owned business. Hattingley Valley Wines is owned by Simon Robinson and specialises in producing world class sparkling wines at focus the winery in Hampshire, England.
As the BBQ fires up this summer make sure to clink glasses full of only the best English Sparkling Wine. A fantastic choice is the new Blanc de Blancs 2013 (£47.50) from Hampshire vineyard Hattingley Valley.
It’s English Wine Week and with wine production last year reaching a record breaking 15.6 million bottles, vineyards across the country will be promoting England’s burgeoning fine wine industry and celebrating international export success.
Hattingley Valley’s Classic Reserve is standing high on the podium again as the Hampshire based winery collects its consecutive gold at Imbibe’s Sommelier Wine Awards 2019, after winning the same award last year.
Our 2014 Rosé received a glowing review from Tristan Darby in this month’s Bath Magazine.
The article looks at the resurgence of rosé since shedding its association with sweet sickly bright pink numbers and the ‘Rosé Revolution’ created awareness of dry, delicate, textural rosé’s; wines that will impress even the most serious wine buff.
On-trade publication, Imbibe, recently put together a panel of drinks professionals to look at vegan food and wine pairings. It appears that Veganuary is not just a short lived craze as more people are adopting a plant-based diet for the long haul.
The multi-awarded Hattingley Valley is the first winery in the world to launch a traditional method sparkling wine under screw cap closure. The new specially created seal can withstand the pressure of traditional method sparkling wine, typically 6 bars.
The Wine Producers’ Handbook guides you through all the practicalities of starting up your own vineyard and winery, from developing your wine skills at home right through to the bottling and marketing of your wine.