Three Choirs make award winning English wine from their Gloucestershire vineyards. Our sparkling wine of choice at Meet the Manufacturer 2017. We can vouch for how well this goes down! Our sparkling wine of choice at Meet the Manufacturer 2017.
Three Choirs Wine. The Three Choirs Vineyards are situated in Gloucestershire where they produce a range of award winning wines, ales and ciders. Most of their products are usually sold through pubs, inns or off-licence establishments. The estate also offers dinner at its onsite restaurant as well as the opportunity to stay in its hotel rooms.
Founded in 1973 with just a fifth of a hectare of experimental plantings, the vineyard has expanded to a total of 26 hectares. Picking is by hand and blending takes place after fermentation. Three Choirs is at Newent in Gloucestershire.SKU: EWTC1 Categories: British Wine, Buy Wine Online, Wine Club Selection Tags: English wine, Three Choirs, UK winery Reviews (0) Subscriber’s get 25% off all wine repurchases.The Estate Reserve rose from Three Choirs is refreshing and delicate. Ripe strawberry and raspberry aromas lead onto the palate which is full of refreshing summer fruit and a balanced, zesty acidity. Fine and complex, perfect when the sun is shining.
Impress your guests with wine straight from the vineyard. We have a fantastic selection of drinks to create your own drinks package for your wedding day. Weddings; Functions; Food; Drink; Our Team; Download Brochure; Make An Enquiry; Home; Login; Blog; Home; Login; Blog; Weddings; Functions; Food; Drink; Our Team; Download Brochure; Make An Enquiry; Drink. Design Your Own Drinks Package.Read More
Three Choirs Vineyards Willow Brook 2018 York Wines are a specialist wine merchant who offer fine award winning wines from around the world, available from our shop in York or to order direct to your door with our delivery system.Read More
One of the best known grapes in English wine is the Bacchus variety. It is particularly suited to the English climate and produces some of the best white wines in the world. There has been a sharp increase in the production and planting of Bacchus and it's easy to see why, as it produces flavours to suit most palates, displaying notes of fresh, crisp, green orchard and citrus fruits with a.Read More
Three Choirs is one of England’s oldest and largest vineyards nestled deep in the Cotswolds where the rolling hills and valleys provide a unique micro climate, perfect for growing grapes. As well as creating great English wines they also make delicious elderflower cordial using an age old-recipe.Read More
New to the Majestic wine range is this fresh and fruity white blend from Three Choirs in Newent, Gloucestershire. It’s a complex blend mainly consisting of Siegerrebe, Solaris and Phoenix. For a bottle of wine with such a diverse make-up, it’s full of character and charm, opening up with a fresh and fragrant nose of lime zest, hedgerow, elderflower and tropical fruit. Described as being.Read More
Three Choirs in Gloucestershire has won more wine awards than any other English estate and enjoys a privileged micro-climate that allows top quality fruit to be produced. This dry, delicate white wine is made from Phoenix, Madeleine Angevine and Huxelrebe grapes. Subtle, floral aromas of elderflower and nettle combine with fruity, peachy tones for a crisp, bone dry, satisfying mouthful.Read More
Stayed at Three choirs for wine production tour, wine tasting, overnight stay and dinner and breakfast. Nice views across the vineyards, nice walk through the vines. Tour was very interesting and informative. Wine tasting was brilliant with full description of the various wines and a great atmosphere. The room was showing its age and bathroom could do with a modern makeover. Bed was.Read More
London-based wine merchants Jascots is launching what it claims is the first English still wine in a can, after partnering with Three Choirs Winery.Read More
Three Choirs Vineyard is one of England’s oldest vineyards. They have been producing wine for over 30 years and have recently received awards from the Sommelier Wine Awards and the Wines of Great Britain Awards. Three Choirs Vineyard, Gloucestershire. Sixteen Ridges Vineyard. Ledbury, Herefordshire. Originally operating as a traditional farm Sixteen Ridges planted their first vines in 2007.Read More
Three Choirs was named after the Three Choirs festival, held tri-ennially in Worcester, Hereford and Gloucester cathedrals. The vineyard was planted in 1973 and has now grown to 65 acres and an output of 250,000 bottles. The winery makes wine for most off the Severn Valley vineyards and produces 'own label' brands for many organisations. Now a major tourist centre. Three Choirs also have their.Read More