THE DAILY MAIL, AUGUST 2015
Chapel Down Vintage Reserve Brut: "An elegant sparkling wine with aromas of freshly baked bread and citrus fruits. The palate has a lovely lemony acidity and also includes apple,
quince and red berry flavours. Match with fish and chips."
Anucyia Victor, Daily Mail (31 August 2015)
GQ MAGAZINE, AUGUST 2015
Chapel Down Vintage Reserve Brut: "Made from a blend of Pinot Noir and Germanic-style grape varieties, this final, fruity number matches well with rich savoury dishes like Welsh rarebit or coronation chicken. Drink during the cricket to keep it patriotic."
Flora Carr, GQ Magazine (August 2015)
THE TELEGRAPH, JUNE 2015
Curious Brew: "Brewed by the team behind Chapel Down wine, this has three hops, including the rare and scented Sauvin, and tastes full flavoured, soft and wheaty."
Susy Atkins, The Telegraph (2 June 2015)
THE OBSERVER, JUNE 2015
40 Best Summer Drinks - Chapel Down Bacchus 2014: "In a fine year such as 2014, when the sun brings fruit flavour to go with the naturally vigorous acidity, English dry whites can be utterly delightful, this Bacchus having the pungent gooseberry and hedgerow flower punch of good sauvignon blanc."
David Williams, The Observer Food Monthly (21 June 2015)
THE SUNDAY TIMES, MAY 2015
Chapel Down Blanc de Blancs 2008: "Bracing apple acidity and bold lemon freshness, backed up with freshly baked bread and delivered in pleasingly tiny bubbles - 100% chardonnay, grown in Kent and Sussex."
Damian Barr, The Sunday Times (24 May 2015)
THE INDEPENDENT, MAY 2015
14 Best English Sparkling Wines - Chapel Down Blanc de Blancs 2009: "This intensely-flavoured wine from one of the leading producers of English sparkling wine is a fabulous alternative to Blanc de Blancs Champagne. From a particularly good vintage, it is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes sourced from Westerham in Kent, and is fabulous with fish, smoked salmon or oysters - and great on its own too."
Kate Hilpern, The Independent (23 May 2015)
i NEWSPAPER, MAY 2015
Top Tasters - Chapel Down Bacchus: "Delicate aromas and a crisp, dry, appetising finish are supported by fine fruit intensity."
Paul Gallagher, i Newspaper (25 May 2015)
HELLO MAGAZINE, MAY 2015
Five of the Best English Wines - Chapel Down: "One of England's most exciting drinks companies, Chapel Down are based in Kent and have gained the support of celebrity chefs including Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver...it's no surprise that Chapel Down were recently named one of the UK government's top 50 British food and drink producers."
Hello Magazine (22 May 2015)