Continuing our series profiling local drinks producers, this month we turn our attention to The Grange vineyard, based in the Itchen Valley, Hampshire.
A family-run vineyard based in Kent, Hush Heath Estate is known for its excellent still and sparkling wines made using traditional French methods.
One of Redh’s favourite local vineyards is Greyfriars, located close to Guildford on the sunny south-facing slopes of Puttenham, Surrey.
And now for the next in the series of profiles of Redh’s favourite UK drinks producers, we turn to the world of sparkling wine, and renowned West Sussex company, Tinwood. Based just below the very scenic South Downs National Park, Tinwood are proud producers of some of the best Engish sparkling wines we’ve come across.
The art of winemaking has been around for thousands of years. It’s a natural process which requires very little intervention from humans, but each winemaker will guide the process through various techniques. Generally, there are 5 basic elements to creating wine: harvesting, crushing and pressing, fermentation, clarification, and finally, ageing and bottling. Winemakers will follow these five steps but often add in their own variations along the way to help create their own unique wine.
At Redh we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality, locally produced wine, beer, and cider beverages - so much so, that we built our business on it! Our love for good quality drinks is what has lead us to work with some of the best...
Jenkyn Place is a boutique, family-owned estate belonging to Simon and Rebecca Bladon, set in the idyllic Hampshire countryside with an impressive William and Mary Grade II listed building, dating from the 17th Century.
We are thrilled to be working with Hambledon Vineyard, the oldest commercial vineyard in England. It was founded in 1952 by Major General Sir Guy Salisbury-Jones, and is now managed by Ian Kellett...