ENGLISH ORGANIC WINE AT ITS FINEST

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We are Oxney, the largest single-estate producer of English organic wine. We don’t like to make a lot of noise. We prefer to concentrate our efforts on nurturing the grapes in our Soil Association certified organic East Sussex vineyard, then transforming them into beautifully expressive English sparkling and still wine. The results speak for themselves.

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STAY AT OUR ORGANIC ENGLISH FARM AND VINEYARD

Spend some time with us and experience the Oxney terroir for yourself. You can stay in the vineyard itself in our Jacobean house or cosy shepherd’s huts, or in nearby Stone Cum Ebony at The Oxney Barns. In total we can accommodate 29 people across the Estate.

ENGLISH VINEYARD TOURS

Come and see how we’re spearheading quality English organic wine. We open up our vineyard, our winery and several bottles of Oxney English sparkling and still wine on guided tours and tastings, every Saturday from April to November. You can also stay for an idyllic picnic lunch afterwards.

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Classic Rosé 2016

Classic Rosé 2016

Dry, sparkling rosé


Pale copper-pink colour with a fine, persistent and delicate mousse. Aromas of shortbread, fresh pastry and baked bread alongside crunchy red berry fruits and red apple skin, set against a backbone of salinity. Flavours of wild strawberries, toast and hazelnut dominate a long, focused finish.
Oxney Estate NV Rosé

Oxney Estate NV Rosé

Fresh, fruity and approachable


Our non-vintage rosé fizz is alive with the fresh fruit flavours of the English countryside. Strawberry, raspberry and crisp green apple aromas combine with the soft, rounded mouthfeel that marks out the Oxney house style. These are corks that should pop onto village cricket outfields all summer long.
Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Zesty, mineral and profound


Rated 20/20 by Matthew Jukes, this is the wine that still English whites are now judged against. Every sip reveals subtle new depths. The precise line of pure citrus acidity provides focus, but cushioned by softer notes of stone fruits, hazelnuts, oats and an elusive lick of butterscotch.

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