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‘The 50 best British brands’ has been published online. Nyetimber is mentioned as one of these brands, alongside other important names in British luxury including, Holland & Holland, Floris and Rolls Royce. The journalist Johnathan Wells writes, ‘Every gentleman should have a taste for the finer things in life, and that includes a beautiful bottle of sparkling wine, describing Nyetimber as ‘the bubbly your flutes have be waiting for.’
Victoria Moore for The Daily Telegraph has listed Classic Cuvee MV as one of her ‘Wines of the Week’, a feature within an article entitled, ‘The best English vineyards to visit for wine tastings, tours and treehouse stays’, in which she lists the best English vineyards have to offer this summer.
‘Nyetimber is one of the most famous English sparkling wines, so I would usually assume you can find your way to it yourselves, but I wanted to highlight these half-bottles currently on offer and handy for those times you want a glass or two. Creamy, toasty and assured.’
Nyetimber Rosé is mentioned as one of the newspapers top picks for Mother’s Day… ‘of all the English wine producers, Nyetimber is the one that, over the years, has done the most to push the reputation of English sparkling wine forward, both as an early pioneer and more recently with the release of its luxury cuvées’.
Nyetimber Rosé ‘is excellent – a dance of crunchy redcurrants, raspberries and strawberries with a biscuity note underneath.’
Nyetimber’s Classic Cuvee highlighted as one of the top picks for this summer and beyond, ‘you know you’re drinking something special the moment you take the first sip of this West Sussex produced beauty’.
Nyetimber’s Cuvee Chérie highlighted , ‘A versatile sparkling English wine ideally paired with desserts, strawberries and cream, fruit tarts, afternoon tea, meringue dishes, or gently spiced, fragrant Asian cuisine, it boasts sweet honey notes and balances citrus, lemon and tangerine with a refreshing minerality.’
Jane MacQuitty’s best wine recommendations to ensure that Valentine’s Day celebrations are made special, even during lockdown. Nyetimber 1086 Rosé 2021 is chosen as the ‘Top English Rosé’, with Jane commenting, ‘England’s answer to Dom Pérignon rosé Rosé is this heavenly prestige cuvée from a great vintage and a great producer, Nyetimber.’ The tasting notes’s Jane provides read, ‘a floral, spicy, red berry-charged charmer.’
Forbes selects Nyetimber Rosé as their choice of sparkling wine to make a flirtatious statement this Valentine’ s Day.
“Nyetimber Brut Rosé. A serene British Chardonnay-driven sparkler that’s more about earth and texture than in-your-face fruit. Very subtle on the nose, it comes alive on the palate: watermelon, young red berries, saline with chalky subtext, sharp minerality. It’s a clean expression that demonstrates the potential of English sparkling wine as a major player (this area of southern England shares the same chalky geology as the Champagne region).”
Vanity Fair selects Nyetimber 1086 as one of The Best Rosé Bubbles for Valentine’s Day.
“Uniting a rich flavour of baked fruit with a caramelised, almost savoury character, this is a seriously special bottle—the first ever Prestige Cuvée made in England.
Why it’s good: It’s enough to win over any English sparkling wine sceptic.”
An article introducing 5 wines to cheers the festive season in Vogue, featuring the Nyetimber limited edition Christmas Gift Box. Vogue Japan describes the décor and collaboration with Ollie Maxwell commenting “it is the perfect wine for the holidays”.
Discover how Christmas is celebrated on the Nyetimber Estate with the Heerema family in Hello! magazine. With the season for English Sparkling Wine in full flow, they discussed family, traditions and of course English Sparkling Wine for the magazine’s final issue of 2020.
“We feel so much pleasure knowing that people will celebrate with our wine, especially after such a challenging year. It’s always been my vision to develop this British brand globally for generations to come.” Eric Heerema, Owner and CEO of Nyetimber
Nyetimber really is the Krug of England. Or should we say that Krug is the Nyetimber of Champagne? Either way, I cannot recommend this delicious, flag-bearing English sparkling wine highly enough. The quality Nyetimber is achieving is almost too good, and I mean that quite seriously.
“British sparkling wines are currently on everyone’s lips in the international wine world. On average, the climate in Southern England today is like that of Champagne 20 years ago. Decades ago, the first pioneers – including Nyetimber – planted vines there. The soils of the vineyards around Sussex, Kent & Co. also have high lime content, similar to that in Champagne. No wonder that England is currently one of the most dynamic “sparkling” regions in the world.”
“It was a great joy to taste the very first vintage of Nyetimber’s Blanc de Blancs at 23 years of age and I am certain that this epic 2013 will follow in the same footsteps.
Disgorged in November 2018, this wine spent five years on its lees, gathering its skirts, and it is now stepping out onto the catwalk with unwavering confidence. That it already looks so self-assured and delicious is incredible. Knowing that the potential is immense, too, makes this one of the most compelling wines in our country.
The 1992 vintage was the UK’s first fine wine and Nyetimber has rarely released anything other than fine wines, but I hope that we can all sense that this is a reality today rather than a series of lucky one-offs. I hope that restaurant buyers put stock away, too, because there is more to come with this cosmic creation.”