Independent English Wine Award Winners 2020

Awarding, promoting and celebrating the very best of English, the IEWA is an independent, consumer focused wine competition.

These three are all well-deserving GOLD medal winners.

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Stopham Pinot Gris 2019

This wine has beautiful mango and passion fruit on the nose. It is a dry white wine with juicy peach and refreshing apricot on the palate. Excellent with spicy dishes and roast pork.

Tickerage Blanc de Blancs 2011

Medium gold with an intense and prolonged fine bead and mousse.  Clean nose with hints of honey and caramelised apple. The extended lees ageing means the honey theme continues on the palate, balanced nicely with crisp acidity and hints of melon, cucumber, thyme and orange blossom. A long, vinous finish. 9 years on the lees has given this wine a wonderful complexity, a lovely example of an English, 100% Chardonnay, sparkler.

Tuffon Hall Amelie 2019

On the nose this wine offers aromas of traditional gooseberry and honeysuckle that are common to Bacchus, but also enticing riper aromas of peach and pear that are rarely found in English wines. On the palate is juicy fresh apple and melon. As always this is a wine that can be thoroughly enjoyed on its own, but also pairs well with a mixed barbecue, summery salads, local asparagus, pan-fried whitefish or a plate of Mersea oysters.


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