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This year, more than ever, we're all in need of some Christmas cheer. Kent winery, Mereworth Wines, is bringing a touch of sparkle to the festive season with its English sparkling wine and Christmas ‘Lockdown’ gift packs. Mereworth Wines’ first vintage of English sparkling wine was released in April this year, and has already proved extremely popular, with an accolade in the Wine GB awards. The Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes from its Wateringbury Vineyard are transported just a mile down the road to its winery in Mereworth, where they're transformed into exceptional English sparkling wine, using traditional Champagne methods.
“Christmas may be a little different this year,” explains director Will Boscawen, “But that’s all the more reason to raise a glass of something truly special with those you love.” Mereworth Wines is offering the chance to stock up on its award-winning wine, with six bottles for the price of five.
You can ensure there's something for everyone in your Christmas ‘bubble’ with the ‘Lockdown Christmas Gift Pack’. In addition to the sparkling wine, this includes bottles of ‘Seven Mile Gin’ and newly released Sloe Gin, Marourde Spritz drinks, beer and cider, all made by Mereworth Wines.
Mereworth Wines’ winery shop is located at Brewer’s Hall Oast, on Tonbridge Road. The cellar door has been open since April, supplying locals with essentials through the first lockdown.
Now, Mereworth Wines remains open for this second lockdown. In addition to the winery shop, a reliable click and collect service is available for orders made on the website, www.mereworth.co.uk. For those who would rather stay at home, local and nationwide delivery is also available. “We’ve done this before, let’s do it again, ”Will urges. “Stay home, stay safe and let our wines bring a little cheer to the tail-end of 2020.”