Norwich, United Kingdom, May 26, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- In store bottle share
Saturday 28th May from 11am
To Celebrate the start of English Wine Week, HarperWells Wine Merchants in Norwich are holding an In Store Pour from 11am – 6pm on Saturday 28th May. Bringing together a selection of wines that in the words of Simon Day of Sixteen Ridges; blend new world science and old school tradition.
There are now approximately 400 commercial vineayards throughout England, covering over 1,000 hectares. No longer considered a novelty, English wines can be unreservedly world class.
In the new world science corner is former McLaren F1 automotive designer; Simon Woodhead, winemaker at the renowned Stopham Estate and beating old school tradition at their own game, is Kent’s newest vineyard, Woodchurch; just five miles from Champagne aristocrat Taittinger’s new English site.
Keeping the food-miles to a minimum at just three miles from their store is local winery Humbleyard from Mulbarton. Throughout the day customers are invited to join in and meet with prodcuers like Robert Mann of Oak Hill Wines in Fressingfield, Suffolk who will be stopping by to share a bottle or two.
In Store Pour – featuring wines from …
Humbleyard, Mulbarton, Norfolk
Winbirri, Surlingham, Norfolk
Oak Hill, Suffolk
Stopham Estate, West Sussex
Sixteen Ridges, Worcestershire
Hush Heath, Kent
New Hall, Essex
Goring Estate, Sussex
Sugrue Pierre, Sussex
Everyone is welcome to drop in on Saturday, at the Eaton Shop in Norwich, for more information or to get involved contact email@example.com
Notes to Editors:
HarperWells proudly celebrates 10 years in business this May. Established in 2006 to assemble an incredible selection of the worlds greatest wines and support the ambitions of the most talented winemakers in the industry, today we continue to help our customers enjoy fabulous wines and build extraordinary wine collections.
English Wine Week runs from 28 May – 5 June bringing a busy month of May to an end, more information is available from the English Wine Producers website, Its work and role complement the technical and official work of the central body, the United Kingdom Vineyards Association (UKVA). EWP’s members represent the majority of England’s total wine production, who share the same aim to promote English wines to a wide audience.