Celebrate English Wine Week with Danebury Vineyard
English wines are certainly making their mark on the global wine map. With growing recognition for the wines being produced, Hampshire is most definitely seen as one of the areas of the country leading the way in English wine production.
English Wine Week raises awareness of the range and quality of wine made on our doorstep. Between Saturday 25th May and Sunday 2nd June events will be held across the country to encourage people to try English wine.
Here in Hampshire Danebury Vineyard near Stockbridge will be taking part and giving people the opportunity to try their wines.
Taste their wines at venues across Hampshire:
Grape Expectations, Andover:
Friday 24th/ Saturday 25th May
Kimbridge Farm Shop, Romsey:
Friday 31st May/Saturday 1st June
Wine Utopia, Stockbridge:
Saturday 1st June
Caroline Stevens of Danebury Vineyards, said 'We are delighted to invite the local community to enjoy our wines and would like to thank our stockists for all their help and support during English Wine Week. We look forward to introducing everyone to the delights of our still and sparkling wines that have this month received both silver and bronze medals at the Sommelier Wine Awards, Decanter World Wine Awards and International Wine & Spirit Competition. We are extremely proud of these prestigious medals and hope that the superior quality of English wines encourage people to buy English!'
Local restaurants will also be supporting English Wine Week and will be making Danebury wine available by the glass. Restaurants include:
The Wellington Arms, Baughurst
Verveine Fishmarket Restaurant, Millford-on-Sea
For details of more restaurants taking part please contact the vineyard directly; 01264 781 851, firstname.lastname@example.org.