Squerryes recognised as one of top 5 Champagne and Sparkling Wine brands in the world
Squerryes has been recognised as one of the top five Champagne and Sparkling Wine brands in the world, having picked up top scores at the International Wine Challenge, the world’s most influential and rigorously-judged wine competition.
Judged alongside the world’s top Champagne and sparkling wine houses, Squerryes was rated the best English wine producer with 96 points out of 100, winning three out of four trophies and placing the brand in the top five globally.
The prestigious accolades come as the wine estate, situated just outside Westerham, opens the doors to a new restaurant, The Bottle Store, where visitors can enjoy a Squerryes Tasting Flight of award-winning sparkling wines, alongside a menu of seasonal dishes and stunning views across the vines.
“Our family motto, ‘Licet Esse Beatis’, meaning ‘it is permitted to be joyful’, is at the heart of all we do and these recent awards are not only testament to that but also to the quality of our terroir and winemaking abilities here at Squerryes,” comments Squerryes’ owner, Henry Warde. “The Bottle Store restaurant is the only place you can sample all of our award-winning wines together – and what better place to do so, than on the estate where they are made?”
Buying and Drinking the Wine
Due to limited stock the 2014 vintage Blanc de Blancs and 2011 Brut are only available to buy at retail through membership. If you would like to join or are a member of Squerryes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can buy both wines by the glass and bottle to enjoy in our Bottle Store Restaurant at the Squerryes Winery. To book a table please click here.
Detail of the Awards
Squerryes 2014 Blanc de Blancs was awarded the International Wine Challenge 2021 trophy for Best English Sparkling Wine and Best Blanc de Blancs while Squerryes late disgorged 2011 Brut was given the trophy for Best English Sparkling Classic Blend. Squerryes has also won five gold medals for five consecutive vintages at the Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships.
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