Apr 22, 2022

The darling buds of April

Last year was challenging. Cold spring, miserable summer (the dullest August since 1968), redeemed by a warm autumn. ...

Oct 9, 2021


Rescued by some glorious early autumnal sun the crop is finally coming to fruition. First up for harvest will be the ...

Sep 19, 2021


The warm September days have moved us along and, slowly but surely, veraison  (the colouring of the red grapes) is es...

Aug 28, 2021

Grape expectations

There is no doubt that this is proving to be a challenging year. After a cold and then wet spring and stuttering summ...

Aug 4, 2021

Chardonnay in the UK 🤘

Chardonnay is a grape that has stood the test of time. From the wood chipped Australian oak bombs of old, to the mine...

Jul 3, 2021


Slowly but surely and despite a typical English summer the first flowers have emerged. In fact on time -  it's usuall...

Jun 15, 2021

Baby grapes

Inflorescence has arrived as the beautiful weather coaxes the vines into producing this year's harvest. Next stage wi...

May 28, 2021

And they're off...

Just as our 2020 wines are released the 2021 vines are showing the way. After a dry but cold April and a wet and wind...

Apr 20, 2021

Compare and Contrast

Our first news post was on 12th April last year and featured vine buds bursting through. This year the chill spring h...

Mar 28, 2021

Sap Falling

The pruning is done. The vines are tied down. And, as Spring moves on, the sap is rising, or as shown, falling from t...

Oct 22, 2020

Barrelling On

The fruits of the harvest are now in the winery. And this year we are using French oak barrels for a still Chardonnay...

Oct 12, 2020

Harvest news

We're underway - and the first grapes in the bin are our pinot meunier - the lesser known of the sparkling wine varie...
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