Here at Hattingley Valley, we are all about crafting top-notch quality English wine in the heart of Hampshire. We are proud of all this vibrant county has to offer, and we love nothing more than partnering with businesses near and far, to share in our love of all things wine.
So why not celebrate English Wine Week in style, as we recommend some of our favourite spots to sample our Hattingley Valley English Sparkling around the country!
Here are the top 10 spots you can enjoy a glass of Hattingley Valley sparkling this English Wine Week (or anytime you like really!):
1. The Three Horse Shoes, Bighton, Hampshire
Less than 3 miles from Hattingley’s own Chalky Hill Vineyard, The Three Horse Shoes is the perfect place to while away a summer's evening. Enjoy the picturesque pub garden and delicious grub (we hear the roasts are to die for!), with a delightful glass of our Classic Reserve English Sparkling, grown from vines (literally) up the road!
2. Chesil Rectory, Winchester, Hampshire
If you are looking for a truly special place to celebrate, look no further than Chesil Rectory in the heart of Winchester. With its wonky beams, historic charm and a focus on seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, it’s the perfect place to toast English Wine Week with a glass of Hattingley.
3. The Pig, Brockenhurst, Hampshire
The Pig in Brockenhurst is the perfect spot to try all things local, including food, ciders, beers and of course English wines! It has various venues throughout the South of England, each showcasing a huge selection of English wines in their restaurants. Why not try a glass of our award-winning Hattingley Valley Blanc de Blancs during a visit? We promise it won't disappoint!
4. Jeru, Mayfair, London
For those with more exotic tastes, the luxury and ambience of this Middle Eastern high-end restaurant, make this a spot that is worth the visit. Whether you wish to enjoy a glass of Hattingley Valley at the atmospheric wine bar, or the delights of the premium à la carte menu, Jeru is an experience you won’t forget.
5. Galvin Bar & Grill, Bloomsbury, London
Located in the opulent dining room at the Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel, the Galvin Bar & Grill is the perfect setting for a premium glass of Hattingley Valley fizz. Michelin star holders Chris and Jeff Galvin invite you to a dining experience focused on reflecting on modern Britain with both traditional and cultural dishes from all around the world.
6. The Hand and Flowers, Marlow, Buckinghamshire
The Hand and Flowers in Marlow is the perfect place to raise a glass to English Wine Week. As long-time advocates for English producers, they have a number of English Sparkling wines to choose from, as well as an impressive high-end pub menu. Why not try our collaborative wine ‘The Hand in Flowers’ by Hattingley Valley by the glass or bottle?
7. Woven by Adam Smith, Coworth Park, Ascot, Berkshire
Another great restaurant that has championed English Wine producers (we love to see it!) is Woven by Adam Smith. Nestled away in the picturesque Cowoth Park, it focuses on showcasing the very best of British produce, including wines from its neighbouring counties. To accompany the freshness of these local delights, why not try our Hattingley Valley premium sparkling wine, for a taste of Hampshire in a glass?
8. Morston Hall, Holt, Norfolk
Bordering the beautiful Blakeney National Nature Reserve on the Norfolk coast, Morston Hall is undoubtedly a destination worth visiting. Why not stop for lunch, after a long walk along the coast, there's a glass of Hattingley Valley Classic Reserve with your name on it!
9. York Minster Refectory, York, North Yorkshire
This impressive new venue in the centre of York sits just beside The Minster Cathedral. It was opened by King Charles III last month, alongside an English Sparkling Wine Reception where our own Kings Cuvée was the star of the show! Sample the English Sparkling that is fit for a King, with Hattingley Valley Blanc de Blancs and Sparkling Rosé by the glass at the Refectory Bar. Or enjoy it as you watch the world go by, on the sunny York Minster View Terrace.
10. Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall, Ripon, Yorkshire
Fancy a little ‘Mad Hattingley Tea Party’? Afternoon Tea at Grantley Hall is one you won’t want to miss! One of the very few places in the country where you can sip on our Hattingley Valley Kings Cuvée by the glass. You’ll be so delighted by the stunning grounds, stellar service and culinary delights you’ll want to go back again and again!
There you have it, our Top 10 recommended spots to enjoy a glass of Hattingley Valley sparkling this English Wine Week. To find out more about English Wine Week and things to do during the celebration, take a look at our blog post: Celebrate English Wine Week: The Hattingley Way! And for those who love a good deal, keep an eye out on our Kings Club mailing list for a special wine offer.