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Made a stone’s throw from Victoria Park in East London, this craft gin has an appealing pink grapefruit top note and won’t break the bank!
From one of the few entirely family-owned distilleries, this Speyside malt has a lightness of touch and easy-sipping nature, with concentrated malted notes, dried citrus peel and sherried sweetness on the finish.
A superb English sparkling wine more than a decade in the planning, Nyetimber’s multi-vintage wine is a full-flavoured, savoury standard-bearer. Predominantly chardonnay alongside pinots noir and meunier, the blend is aged for more than three years on its yeast lees to add extra complexity and class.
Wonderfully balanced, authentic and polished Somerset cider made from yarlington mill apples, which are prized among cider lovers. This has aromas of red fruit, apricot, pastry and sweet spices. The palate is textural and fresh, with a hint of subtle sweetness but crisp and refreshing. Complex, long and food-friendly.
English pinot noir seems to be getting better and better, and this single vineyard example from the outstanding 2020 vintage is one of the best. Using Burgundian clones the wine has spent four months in second use French oak resulting in a pure, cranberry and strawberry-led pinot with smoky spice notes. Wonderful.
Simpsons in Kent are producing some of the finest examples of chardonnay in the UK, and this is their 'Premier Cru'. Their single vineyard Roman Road is fermented in a combination of French oak and stainless steel, providing a broad and complex chardonnay with notes of citrus, cedar and spices. Perfect now but will age well.