Bolney Wine Estate – Wines for Easter


Spring is here and it’s a time to celebrate with friends and family. What better way to commemorate Easter than opening a bottle of local, high quality Blanc de Blancs from Bolney Wine Estate in the heart of rural Sussex.  Cool climate English pinot wines are growing in popularity and are a great grape variety to enjoy over Easter; light enough to enjoy on its own but also a perfect accompaniment to Sunday roasts, and especially with its fruity and sweet jelly condiments.

Bolney Blanc de Blancs 

Winemaker Notes:

‘A very stylish, single vintage, traditional method, quality sparkling wine.  Elegant fruit and hazelnut aromas complement the smooth texture and creamy finish.  Gentle fruit and lovely length.’

Sam Linter, Head Winemaker



 Estate Pinot Noir 2018

Winemaker notes:

‘An excellent example of a cool climate Pinot Noir, well balanced, it has soft tannins and juicy strawberry and red cherry on the palate. Leather, spice and chocolate complement fresh plums and a smooth and creamy finish.’

Sam Linter, Head Winemaker

2019 – Gold, Wine GB (UKVA) – 2018 vintage

About Bolney Wine Estate

In the heart of rural Sussex lies Bolney Wine Estate, a third-generation family business founded in 1972 and one of England’s oldest and most beautiful vineyards. Bolney Wine Estate is located just 10 miles from Gatwick Airport and 15 miles from Brighton. Easily accessible from London with both Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill train stations just a 15 minute taxi journey.

Bolney Wine Estate makes some of the finest English wines in the world: red, white and rosé, still and sparkling, all grown and hand-crafted at their Sussex vineyard. The Estate is led by Managing Director and Chief Winemaker, Sam Linter who is also supported by an industry leading team of wine experts who handcraft their wines with love, passion, pride and attention to detail.

They have roots firmly planted in the local community and continue to forge and shape the burgeoning English Wine industry with grapes grown and hand-crafted into award-winning varietal wines at their 104-acre vineyard.

Guests can visit Bolney Wine Estate for a great day out, stroll through acres of vines and marvel at the many different varieties of grapes that go into the fantastic Bolney range. The setting is glorious, with views to the South Downs and an abundance of wildlife all around. With various tours, a vineyard trail, café restaurant, wine bar and Cellar Door shop there’s much to see and do; as well as a range of award-winning wines to taste.

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