ON OUR WAY TO THE USA

We are absolutely delighted to be launching Ambriel in the USA. On 2nd October both the Ambriel Classic and the Ambriel Blanc de Blancs 2010 will be released in Boston. We’re very excited to have crossed the pond and to be sharing our English Sparkling with our American friends. It has been a joy over […]

We are absolutely delighted to be launching Ambriel in the USA. On 2nd October both the Ambriel Classic and the Ambriel Blanc de Blancs 2010 will be released in Boston. We’re very excited to have crossed the pond and to be sharing our English Sparkling with our American friends.

It has been a joy over the least few years to have welcomed so many American visitors to the vineyard and winery and to have seen them return home with heavier suitcases. We can’t wait to see them again on their home turf and to meet new fizz friends.

The Ambriel wines were reviewed in Wine Enthusiast – the USA wine magazine: the Ambriel Blanc de BLancs 2010 was the ‘Editors Choice’ scoring 95 points.

https://www.winemag.com/buying-guide/redfold-vineyards-llp-nv-ambriel-classic-cuvee-england/
https://www.winemag.com/buying-guide/redfold-vineyards-llp-2010-ambriel-blanc-de-blancs-sparkling-england/

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