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The Society's English White 2021

White Wine from England
3.333330000 star rating 6 Reviews
Our flagship English white comes from Three Choirs in Gloucestershire, from the refreshing and aromatic 2021 vintage, with aromas of white-fruits, citrus and gooseberry, and a light, structured and pure palate. A blend of Madeleine Angevine, solaris, orion, seyval blanc, reichensteiner and bacchus, this is a delicious dry white and a real success story from such a tricky English vintage.
Original price: £9.50 Sale price: £7.95 Bottle
Original price: £114.00 Sale price: £95.00 Case of 12
In Stock
Code: EN1751

Wine characteristics

  • White Wine
  • 2 - Dry
  • 75cl
  • Drinking now
  • 11% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Screwcap

  • 100ml of this wine contains 77 kcal
  • The bottle contains 8.3 units of alcohol
  • A 125ml glass of this wine contains 96 kcal and 1.4 units of alcohol


The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week. For information and support on responsible drinking please see www.drinkaware.co.uk. For more information about how calories in wine are measured, click here.

Three Choirs Vineyards Ltd

Situated in the English countryside where the three counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire converge, Three Choirs has become one of England’s most significant producers. As well as being the second largest wine estate in the country with around 100 acres under vine, Three Choirs is also one of the oldest, having pioneered the English wine movement in the 1970s when the industry was still in its infancy.

Award-winning winemaker Martin Fowke has closely studied the techniques of New World producers such as those in New Zealand, working in cooler climate areas and has successfully tailored the winemaking processes to the prevailing English climate. The gentle undulating south-facing slopes here lie within a special microclimate, sheltered by the Malverns and the Brecon Beacons. The conditions are ideal for ripening the grapes, which are kept cool and clean by the breezes coming up the valley from the River Severn. A variety of well-suited grape varieties including pinot noir is planted and each year, red, white and rosé styles are produced along with sparkling whites.

Martin has recently started projects with boutique wineries around the world to bottle small amounts of their wines as well as brewing speciality beers and producing a range of ciders. He also makes wines for thirty other vineyards in England and Wales at the modern on-site winery. These ongoing enterprises, as well as the visitors’ facilities attracting tourists from around the world to...
Situated in the English countryside where the three counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire converge, Three Choirs has become one of England’s most significant producers. As well as being the second largest wine estate in the country with around 100 acres under vine, Three Choirs is also one of the oldest, having pioneered the English wine movement in the 1970s when the industry was still in its infancy.

Award-winning winemaker Martin Fowke has closely studied the techniques of New World producers such as those in New Zealand, working in cooler climate areas and has successfully tailored the winemaking processes to the prevailing English climate. The gentle undulating south-facing slopes here lie within a special microclimate, sheltered by the Malverns and the Brecon Beacons. The conditions are ideal for ripening the grapes, which are kept cool and clean by the breezes coming up the valley from the River Severn. A variety of well-suited grape varieties including pinot noir is planted and each year, red, white and rosé styles are produced along with sparkling whites.

Martin has recently started projects with boutique wineries around the world to bottle small amounts of their wines as well as brewing speciality beers and producing a range of ciders. He also makes wines for thirty other vineyards in England and Wales at the modern on-site winery. These ongoing enterprises, as well as the visitors’ facilities attracting tourists from around the world to this rural setting, look set to keep Three Choirs firmly at the top of its game.
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The Guardian

The Society's English White 2021 , on offer at £7.95 at the Wine Society . In the more traditional floral style but a bargain at the price. Will make you think of summer

Fiona Beckett

The Times

Every winter wine selection needs a bosky English white to perk up palates. None is cheap but this consistently good hedgerow-scented blend from Three Choirs is better value than most.

Jane MacQuitty

The Times

For something to pair with a traditional Christmas Eve fish supper or a seafood alternative on the big day, take … The Wine Society’s perky English White …

Jane MacQuitty

The Times

A keenly priced, floral, grapey, hedgerow-scented, zingy, multi-grape English white from Three Choirs.

Jane MacQuitty

The i

A fresh, light wine with the scent of an English garden.

Christine Austin

The Times

A water-white, floral, grapey, zinger from Gloucestershire’s Three Choirs made from a fruit salad of grapes.

Jane MacQuitty

The Guardian

There’s no better time of year to drink English wine, and this is an unusually well-priced example. Try it with a crab sandwich.

Fiona Beckett

The Sunday Times

Produced by Three Choirs, this is great value for an English still wine. It’s floral and backed by citrus, with a light, clean finish.

Will Lyons

JancisRobinson.com

Clean, off dry, lots of hedgerow character – just a bit too chewy on the end. But it should satisfy fans of English wine at this price! 15.5/20

Jancis Robinson

wine-pages.com

Made by Three Choirs in Gloucestershire, it's a mind-bending unoaked blend of 27% madeleine angevine, 20% solaris, 16% orion, 16% seyval blanc, 15% reichensteiner and 4% bacchus. quite lightly aromatic, a ...
Made by Three Choirs in Gloucestershire, it's a mind-bending unoaked blend of 27% madeleine angevine, 20% solaris, 16% orion, 16% seyval blanc, 15% reichensteiner and 4% bacchus. quite lightly aromatic, a little grassiness and a touch of spring flowers, pleasing and unaggressive. In the mouth there is a hint of sweetness, but only a hint, as it's the featherlight and summery fruit and adequate pithy grapefruit acidity that makes this rather sippable - and at 12% abv, useful too. 88/100
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