AMBRIEL TO NORWAY

Ambriel English Sparkling Wine is now available in Norway. We are delighted that both Ambriel Classic Cuvee and Ambriel Blanc de Blancs 2010 are now in Oslo for Norwegian fizzerati to sip. They are both a wonderful match for their superb Scandinavian seafood. What could be better than fizz, fish and chips? We’re not Finnished […]

Ambriel English Sparkling Wine is now available in Norway.

We are delighted that both Ambriel Classic Cuvee and Ambriel Blanc de Blancs 2010 are now in Oslo for Norwegian fizzerati to sip. They are both a wonderful match for their superb Scandinavian seafood. What could be better than fizz, fish and chips?

We’re not Finnished yet… (there’s a clue to our future exports. Watch this space.)

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We were delighted to be invited by Nores to Stockholm and Bergen to talk about English Sparkling Wine.  The on-trade in Norway and Sweden have embraced our fine fizz and wanted to know a little more about it, so we gave them a little snapshot of the industry.

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