Winter Press Coverage 2015

DELICIOUS MAGAZINE, DECEMBER 2015

Chapel Down Vintage Reserve Brut: “Made from the same grapes as Champagne. Light, with real finesse.”
Susy Atkins, Delicious Magazine (December 2015)
 

HELLO MAGAZINE, DECEMBER 2015

Christmas Gift Guide – The Best Experiences: Chapel Down Vineyard & Winery Tour. Take a trip to one of England’s leading winemaker and producers of beer and cider – Chapel Down, Kent. The deluxe experience includes a glass of Chapel Down fizz on arrival followed by a three-course set lunch with half a bottle of wine at The Swan restaurant. Guests will then embark on a tour of the vineyard and winery and indulge in a wine tasting session, before leaving with a complimentary bottle of Chapel Down fizz and Artisan du Chocolat truffles to take home.
Hello Magazine (December 2015)

COAST MAGAZINE, DECEMBER 2015

Test the Best – Chapel Down Blanc de Blancs 2010: “Aged for at least four years, we love the light, fruit flavour. Best for a festive aperitif to welcome guests.”
Coast Magazine (December 2015)

THE TELEGRAPH, NOVEMBER 2015

The future’s orange – Chapel Down Orange Bacchus 2014: “Move over rose, Chapel Down, the celebrated vineyard in Kent, has released what it claims is Britain’s very first orange wine. Orange Bacchus 2014 owes its pretty copper hue to the grape skins, which are left in for part of the fermentation process, and is delicious with meat or oily fish.”
The Telegraphy (14 November 2015)

WOMAN MAGAZINE, NOVEMBER 2015

Christmas Gift Ideas for the Wine Lover – Chapel Down Orange Bacchus 2014: “Orange wine anyone? Well, it’s actually a thing right now and everyone is talking about it, so it makes a perfect gift for any wine connoisseurs you may know! Plus it’s made here in the UK and is extremely tasty and drinkable over the festive period.”
Katie Concoran, Woman Magazine (12 November 2015)

 

THE INDEPENDENT, NOVEMBER 2015

Chapel Down Vintage Reserve Brut: “Rich and biscuity with a delightful orchard-apple mousse.”
Anthony Rose, The Independent on Saturday (7 November 2015)
 

THE DAILY MAIL, OCTOBER 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, The Daily Mail (30 October 2015)

 

THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2015

Wines of the Week – Chapel Down English Sparkling Rose NV: “Redolent of piquant late summer berries and the scent of hay and hedgerows. Ideal as a celebratory glass, to accompany canapés or for an autumn pudding, oozing with Victoria plums.”
Terry Kirby, The Independent on Sunday (6 September 2015)