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 It's English Wine Week! 20th to 28th June 2020

We're delighted to be celebrating English Wine Week this week. Over the past year, our selection of English wines has grown and grown, now forming an important part of the OWC range. 

To help you celebrate with us, we're offering a 10% discount on all English wines this week! Just add the code EWW2020 to your basket. 

Learn more about the English Wineries stocked at OWC

We've created profiles of all the English Wineries whose bottles grace the shelves here at The Oxford Wine Company. Take a look below to learn a little more about the people behind the wines! 

Charles and Ruth Simpson started the Simpsons Wine Estate back in 2014, planting their first vineyards with Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, and Pinot Noir. After owning a successful vineyard and winery in the Languedoc, they had decided they wanted to produce wine from their own home turf... continue reading


Brightwell Vineyard's current owners, Bob and Carole Nielsen, bought a property in the year 2000 and discovered they had inherited a small parcel of vines with it, planted in the late 1980s. This inspired them. Today Brightwell Vineyard produces red, white, rosé and sparkling wines of high acclaim... continue reading

Exton Park is one of the UK's few genuinely single estate operations, spread across a large hill overlooking the tiny picturesque village of Exton where the chalky terroir of the Meon Valley can be fully exploited. First planted with just 12 acres of Champagne varieties in 2003, a second site soon followed... continue reading

The Nyetimber Estate is located in the heart of West Sussex and has a long history, with the earliest records stemming back to 1086 (when it was known as 'Nitimbreha'). The first vines on the site were planted almost 900 years later in 1988. Sandy and Stewart Moss acquired the what was then farmland and set out to transform it to a commercial vineyard... continue reading

The Gusbourne Estate is in Appledore, Kent. The very first mention of the estate dates all the way back to 1410 when it was left in John de Gusbourne's will. Andrew Weeber took over the property in May 2003, planting the first vines in May 2004. Andrew is from South Africa and studied at the Stellenbosch University where he developed a love for wine... continue reading

Rathfinny Estate was founded in 2010 by Mark and Sarah Driver. With the release of their first wines in 2018, Rathfinny hit the scene of English Sparkling wine spectacularly. Mark and Sarah have incredible ambition and are determined to make Rathfinny internationally known while being one of the biggest vineyards in the UK... continue reading

The Furleigh Estate is set in the stunning Dorset countryside, just five miles from the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Those dinosaurs who wandered this land millions of years ago have laid down their bones to make the perfect mineral-rich soil to grow world-class still and sparkling wines... continue reading

Dalwood was started in a truly British way: in a pub with a few village friends who had all had a drink. A drunken conversation about owning a winery sprouted a genuine idea of farming a vineyard an producing some English wine. The friends found a lovely location to start their vineyard... continue reading

Bolney Estate started life as the vision of Janet and Rodney Pratt. They planted the first three acres of vines on what was then known as Bookers Vineyard in Sussex in 1972. Since those early days, the estate has grown to its current size of thirty nine acres and produces Red, White and Sparkling wines... continue reading

With a name like Laithwaite, Harrow & Hope winemaker Henry was probably destined to find success in the wine industry. Having spent vintages making wine in France and Australia, Henry and his wife Kaye started their first vineyard project at Chateau Verniotte in Castillon, Bordeaux... continue reading

Chapel Down is located in Kent, and owns vineyards throughout the county. The Estate grows grapes on its own vineyards in Kent, and sources additional fruit from top-quality growers from a wider area, from Essex to Hampshire. This spreading of resources ensures that Chapel Down will be able to produce consistent quality... continue reading

In 2007, clearly looking for a change of pace, ex-Formula One engineer, Lawrence Warr created Henners' seven acre vineyard. He named his estate in honour of his French ancestor, Henners Dubois, who was forced to flee Paris for England during the French Revolution in the late 18th Century... continue reading