England's Oldest Commercial Vineyard
Established in 1952 by Major-General Sir Guy Salisbury-Jones, Hambledon Vineyard is a small family-run vineyard on a very big mission: to create the Finest English Fizz.
England's Oldest commercial vineyard is also one of its most innovate, under the meticulous eye of owner Ian Kellett and a team led by former champagne maker Herve Jestin. This is outstanding, with a precise, delicate character.Will LyonsThe Times
A standard-bearer for the quality that England can achieve. It's a very assured wine, with a firm acidic spine, but also complexity and detail. Great focus and precision.Victoria MooreThe Telegraph
Creamy, with elegant green apple fruit and some nice nutty development. The high acidity provides freshness, and there is some complexity on the quite round palate. There is a lovely vibrancy and great length of finish.Decanter
Crisp on the entry with a lovely chalky texture, saline and vibrant with a precise finish. This is the top English sparkling fizz from Hambledon that should drink well for several years.Wine Advocate