RRF- Learn about the best English Champagnes that are worth your money!
There are some excellent champagne choices found around the world from Napa Valley, California to the beautiful rolling hills in Tuscany, Italy, but some of the best wines are right here in the UK.
This article will cover some of the best English Champagne choices that money can buy and which ones are perfect for a social gathering, romantic rendezvous, or relaxing at home.
English wine has grown up a lot from the past because it is now respected in the wine industry, prompting producers to up the ante and create award-winning qualities. Wine grapes are produced in warm climates with high quality production techniques that makes them taste bubbly, creamy and rich, and sparkling and acidic.
In 2013, English brands won four gold medals at the International Wine Challenge competition, putting these fabulous choices in the wine tasting spotlight. Although English wine only accounts for 0.25% of total wine sales in the UK, its reputation is steadily increasing, prompting growers to primarily focus on improving overall quality of their farms, production methods, and grapes.
Because of these improvements, vineyards from England to Wales had double hectares to produce better chardonnays, sparkling wine, and red wines that taste so good they even defeat infamous Paris brands during test tasting events.
Here are a few of them:
2007 Nyetimber Classic Cuvee delivers a great taste for only £29.99 produced in West Essex.
Gusbourne Rose is recommended by British Wine Tasting experts and favoured by French test tasting judges. It is characterised by champagne, pinot noir, and chardonnay that produces attractive red aromas.
Top English sparkling wine 2007 Gusbourne Estate in Kent offers bright fruit concoctions with a simple touch of acidity.
Camel Valley Pinot Noir Rose Brut grown in Cornwall England on a vineyard known for growing high quality since 1989.
Chapel Down is classified as the best tasted in 2012 mixed into a salmon peach coloured for only £31.95.
Majestic company produces a lot of good wines and England’s top seller Wine Pantry are a few places where you can find some of these varieties.