Although still a relatively young vineyard, we have enjoyed great success at the prestigious national WineGB Awards.
Against very stiff national competition, our 2017 Blanc de Noirs and our 2018 Classic Cuvée both won a silver medal and our delicious 2019 Rosé de Noirs a Bronze. We now have high hopes for Salburga, our 2022 still Rosé, in this year’s awards.
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Pressing, bottling and labelling at Oxney Estate

Our wines are led by our grapes – in each season, we will decide the best style of wine to make from the grapes grown that year. In hot years, the full, rounded flavours lend themselves to still wines, in cooler years, sparkling wines triumph!

With our expert winemaking partners at Oxney Wine Estate, we monitor our Pinot Noir and Chardonnay as the season progresses and develop a plan, deciding whether to produce a still or sparkling wine, a rosé or a white, a varietal blend or single varietals.

No two seasons are ever the same and therefore our wines vary from year to year. This can even mean a completely direction such as producing a Vermouth from the less clement season of 2021. 

As we hand pick, we check every bunch for quality at harvest and utilise traditional whole bunch pressing for sparkling wines. Our sparkling wine is all traditional method, aged in bottle on lees for the optimum amount of time and we aim to meet PDO quality standards on all of our wine. 

To find out more about wine making, book onto a tour where we will be delighted to explain all about the difference between different styles of wine and how it’s made!

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