What's in the case?
The perfect tasting case of the wines of England. This case includes wines from all wine-producing corners of England, including an urban winery in London and an country winery in the Cotswolds.
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Wines of England
Firstly, the Elizabeth Rosé. Our luxury West-Country Rosé made from 100% Pinot Noir. With a beautiful salmon pink colour, this wine is bursting with strawberries, cream and delicate hints of peach. A slightly deeper colour than the ever popular Provence rosé, but don’t judge a wine by it’s colour. This rosé is just as delicate as your favourite Provence. The wine pairs perfectly with delicious summer salads, salmon, chicken and risotto.
Secondly, the Simpsons Pinot Noir is deep crimson in colour with redcurrant, blueberry and exotic spice aromas. Silky tannins are complemented by black fruit flavours and undertones of freshly ground coffee. Match with British venison bresaola, rabbit linguine, or roast beetroot risotto.
Giffords Hall Rose
Thirdly, the Giffords Hall Rose has distinct aroma of roses, white peach and wild strawberry notes. The palate is fresh with red berry flavours and a touch of pink grapefruit. Giffords Hall Rose is delightful as an aperitif but also a wonderful accompaniment to fish dishes.
London Cru Pinot Noir Précoce
Next, the London Cru Pinot Noir Précoce has bright ripe cherry and fresh raspberries aromas, with hints of rose petals and a smoky charcuterie finish from barrel ageing. The palate is full of red berries and with great balance, tannins are soft and very approachable due to the delicate extraction.
Freedom of the Press Bacchus
Freedom of the Press Bacchus 2020 is a dry wine with aromas and flavours of citrus, pear, a little almond blossom, pine nuts, some minerality, and a hint of aromatic herbs. It is a clean, fresh, linear wine with a bit of ‘zip’, an elegant subtlety, and a good mouthfeel. Perfect for picnics, aperitifs, salads, fresh sheep and goats cheese and even vintage cheddar and seafood. We think this wine would also pair nicely with spicy or aromatic food.