What's in the case?
The recent IWSC Awards proved once again that English wines have a place on the international stage. We’ve put together this case to celebrate four of our favourite IWSC English Wine Winners for 2021.
IWSC English Wine Winners
The IWSC is proud to set the international benchmark for quality, standing out in the crowded world of drinks awards with hundreds of global experts – including buyers, producers, distillers, sommeliers, distributors and influencers – judging wines and spirits throughout the year.
This case is a fabulous opportunity to get to know some of this year’s award winning wines.
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So what’s in the case?
Folc English Rosé
Firstly, the Folc English Rosé 2020. Folc English Rosé 2020 is dry with vibrant aromas of wild raspberry, elderflower and pink grapefruit. The textured palate of English strawberries & cream is balanced by floral notes and a freshness that lasts beyond the final sip.
Giffords Hall Bacchus
Secondly, this case includes a classic Bacchus, the Giffords Hall Bacchus. Giffords Hall’s single estate Bacchus has full fresh aromas of punchy green fruit, hedgerow and elderflower. With a hint of lychee this full fruity wine is, surprisingly dry and pairs really well with pesto, fish, cheese and mildly spicy dishes.
Bride Valley Dorset Crémant
Thirdly, the Bride Valley Dorset Crémant has a fresh light yellow colour touched with hints of lemon. The continuous pin-prick bubbles show the bottle fermented effervescence. The Bride Valley Dorset Crémant has a much less aggressive fizz. It is fantastically creamy, backed by hints of white flowers and white summer fruits.
Lyme Bay Bacchus Block
Finally, the Lyme Bay Bacchus Block offers a clean, intense and powerful grapefruit freshness on the nose, broad tropical-fruit notes and gooseberry. The palate is long and citrus-dominated, with a lemon & lime finish with a good mouth and great length.