5 English wines to add to your weekly shop

5 English wines to add to your weekly shop

These South East England wines are available at the supermarket – add to your online delivery now!

Chapel Down English Rosé

Silver Medal winner at the International Wine and Spirit Competition, this light and delicate rosé from Tenterden in Kent displays aromas of strawberries and cream, while redcurrants and floral notes on the palate lead to a crisp, refreshing finish.

£13, Sainsbury’s

Botham & Balfour English Rosé

A collaboration between cricketer-turned-winemaker Sir Ian Botham and Richard and Leslie Balfour-Lynn, owners of the Hush Heath Estate in Staplehurst, Kent, this soft, pale pink wine releases fragrances of citrus, orchard flowers and spice. Elegant and open on the palate, it develops hints of lime and has a satisfyingly long finish.

£12, Tesco

Simpsons Estate “On the QT”

This exclusive single vineyard Pinot Meunier Blanc de Noirs comes from grapes handpicked at Simpsons Estate near Canterbury, Kent, during the 2018 harvest. Light tropical notes on the nose with red fruit flavours on the palate make for a truly unique and complex wine.

£15.99, Waitrose

Ellercombe English Quality Sparkling Wine

Made using the traditional method, this sparkling wine has been produced using grapes from prime vineyards across the South of England. A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier this elegant wine has crisp green apple aromas, toasty brioche notes and delicate citrus flavours with a hint of elderflower on this finish. A great entry-level sparkling.

£24, Sainsbury’s

Bolney Estate Pinot Noir

This pure, delicate Pinot Noir from Bolney Estate in xxx West Sussex has soft and creamy cherry flavours balanced with a smoky earthy finish and is excellent paired with mushroom pate or creamy cheeses, smoked fish or ham.

£17.99, Waitrose

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