All Angels Vineyard

In 2010 a tentative approach was made to Vine Works. The survey of the land came as a pleasant surprise: great land and soil, great altitude and a perfect south facing slope. So work began.
The vines were chosen to be blended for the finest English sparkling wine. Rondo – an early crop, core to the production of sparkling Rosé – Pinot Gris and those classic sparkling wine grapes: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. The first vineyard to be planted was 2.6 hectares and was followed a few years later by a smaller, 0.5 hectare parcel.

The owners of this property are stewards only, merely passing through time, but it is an honour and huge responsibility to be part of its history. The Darley family fell in love with the House, its ponds, its ancient oak trees, its paddocks and views. Time, effort and money was spent engaging the foremost specialists to restore the House to its true beauty and integrity both inside and out.

The more observant reader will now have guessed where the name of the wine came from: the parish church of Enborne. Choosing a name that reflects the history of the locality was not easy – but All Angels had a strength and purpose that rose above all others.

The parish church of St. Michael and All Angels dates from at least the 12th century although some say has features that date it to much earlier times, possibly Saxon. The bell tower houses one of the oldest bells in the country, indeed possibly the second oldest. Early Medieval murals can still be seen in the Church and many of the fallen from the first Battle of Newbury in the 17th Century English Civil War are laid to rest in its grounds.

The owners of this property are stewards only, merely passing through time, but it is an honour and huge responsibility to be part of its history. The Darley family fell in love with the House, its ponds, its ancient oak trees, its paddocks and views. Time, effort and money was spent engaging the foremost specialists to restore the House to its true beauty and integrity both inside and out.

The more observant reader will now have guessed where the name of the wine came from: the parish church of Enborne. Choosing a name that reflects the history of the locality was not easy - but All Angels had a strength and purpose that rose above all others.

Wine available to buy onlineAll Angels is thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with the amazing local artisan florist Hannah Antmann of Saint Floral to bring you the best of English Sparkling wine and floral arrangements in a beautiful, personal package.

Saint Floral will artfully curate a bespoke floral bouquet to complement your special occasion with All Angels, through layers of the finest fragrant flowers & foliages of the season. Your bouquet will come beautifully aqua-packaged in a signature gold box & charming finishing ribbons, ready to present as a gift or complete a romantic table setting in your favourite vase with your celebratory All Angels wine.

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