England

The success of English wines looks set to continue through finer autumns and interest in all things local. Sparkling wines are at the forefront of this success and vineyards, especially on thechalky South Downs, are expanding and attracting considerable investment. The vineyards local to Tanners in Wales and the West Midlands are not on the same scale! Madeleine Angevine is by far our favourite grape variety for still wines, making, to our minds, the fullest and most balanced whites. Seyval Blanc is the most widely planted, followed by a host of other grapes led by Huxelrebe, which are all crossings specifically bred for cooler, wetter climates.

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  1. Blue Tractor Wines Solaris, Rodington Vineyard 2014 (Shropshire)
    Blue Tractor Wines Solaris, Rodington Vineyard 2014 (Shropshire)
    Solaris 13.5% Vol
    Northern Europe > England
    Lovely aromatic wine, herby and grassy in character with floral hints. From a small vineyard with...
    £11.70 per bottle
  2. Sharpham Dart Valley Reserve
    Sharpham Dart Valley Reserve, English Quality Wine 2017
    Madeleine Angevine 11.0% Vol
    Northern Europe > England
    Plenty of zesty fruit here, quite Sauvignon Blanc like, grassy and...
    £12.90 per bottle
  3. Three Choirs Estate, Medium Dry (Glos)
    Three Choirs 'The English House' Medium Dry, English Regional Wine 2015
    Seyval Blanc 10.5% Vol
    Northern Europe > England
    Situated in Newent, in the warm, fruit-growing county of Gloucestershire. The estate uses modern...
    £10.20 per bottle

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