Dear Customers, At this time of year, the spontaneity of a visit to a pub garden or a meal out or a visit to a friend’s home for a barbecue is one of the joys of the improving weather and the liberties we have become so accustomed to enjoying. And whilst Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp etc has helped maintain relationships and our sanity, we are all going to miss our freedoms dreadfully. Our hearts go out to all our friends in the hospitality industry. The light at the
This has been taken from Walpole. “There’s much to play for.” With all pubs, restaurants and hospitality venues closed for the foreseeable future, Mark Harvey – the Managing Director of English Wine producer Chapel Down – discusses the impact of these closures and the potential professional (and personal) post-lockdown consequences, in this, the latest in our new series of interviews on how leaders of Britain’s best-known luxury brands are steering their businesses through the pandemic. Graduating from Oxford University in 1998, Mark worked firstly in various marketing and commercial
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Dear Customers, Thank you for your amazing support. We are working as fast as we can to get your orders out to you – we really have been inundated with orders and heart-felt good wishes. We are currently asking customers to allow up to 14 days for delivery whilst we are training new staff to cope with the demand. Thanks for being so understanding and for your lovely messages. It means a lot to a fantastic hard-working group of people doing their utmost to safely get you your wine and beer. We
Today provides an update in light of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a time of significant change. We are England’s strongest wine brand with a leading position in the UK grocery / off-trade, and rapidly growing on-line sales. With strong assets, good management and a healthy cash position, we believe we are very well placed to weather the crisis and thrive in the aftermath. Our management team and Board have been focussed on delivering swift responses to a number of recent government
Introducing our very own Chapel Down cocktail cases so you can enjoy a truly British signature serve from the comfort of your own home. We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand-new Chapel Down cocktail serve packs in four uniquely British varieties, now available to purchase exclusively through our website. We want to make sure you’re still able to enjoy our signature serves so we have created a package including the key Chapel Down products, delivered directly to your door with free delivery.
Treat your loved one to an indulgent wine and food experience at the Chapel Down winery. Arrive at 3.30pm for a guided tour of our vineyards and winery. Beginning in the vineyard, learn about the vineyard cycle, the grape varieties grown and our sustainable vineyard practises. Then enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of our winery, learning about the intricate process of sparkling wine production and the techniques used in our still wines. The experience includes a tutored tasting of seven of our award-winning sparkling and still
The new year for most of us starts on the first of January, but in the winery the harvest in Autumn marks the beginning of the new annual cycle. As such, we’re three months into the new winery year and things have been progressing apace. Between the end of harvest and Christmas a lot of time is spent in the lab checking the progress of the last few fermentations and the malolactic fermentations, all of which are now complete. It is also a time at