With more than 500 vineyards across England and Wales, the UK has become a premier wine making country, with British wines winning a host of international awards. English Wine Week (May 26-June 2) invites us to ‘think, drink English’ and encourages us to visit and enjoy our thriving vineyards and wineries.
Careys Manor is a great supporter of the English wine industry, with our New Forest restaurant Cambium boasting one of the biggest collections of English wines in the UK.
Named ‘Hotel Restaurant of the Year South’ in the Food Awards England 2017, Cambium reflects our love affair with the location, and Head Chef Alistair Craig crafts beautiful dishes designed to showcase the area’s rich natural resources.
This Hampshire restaurant’s large collection of English wines features vineyards such as Camel Valley, Ridgeview and Chapel Down, all producing sparkling wines that are competing head on with Champagne and have won numerous international awards.
Head Sommelier Michael Driscoll is a big fan of English wines and says:
Three-course dinner and a glass of Sommelier-selected English wine - £35 per person (usually £55)
Michael has selected his own favourites to complement a special offer three-course dinner at Cambium to celebrate English Wine Week.
Alistair Craig has created a menu that reflects the New Forest’s natural larder, using pork from Pondhead Farm in Lyndhurst, fish from the English Channel, and Tunworth Cheese, a soft, white-rinded Camembert-style cheese made in Hampshire.
Offer available Monday to Friday from 28th May to 1st June 2018.
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