Curious Brewery, owned by UK winemaker Chapel Down, has appointed Matthew Anderson as head of brewing & production.

Chaple Down winery's Curious Brewery has released its Apple Cider expression in can form across the UK through Majestic Wine outlets.

Seven Kentish wineries, Biddenden Vineyards, Chapel Down, Domaine Evremond, Gusbourne, Hush Heath Estate, Simpsons Wine Estate and Squerryes, have joined forces to form The Wine Garden of England.

Chapel Down to launch in the US

19 September, 2016

England’s leading winemaker, Chapel Down has announced that it is launch in the US, partnering with luxury wine and spirit company, ABCK Corp.

Chapel Down plc has announced that Mark Harvey, a former LVMH business development director, is its new managing director, wines.

Marketing took centre stage at the third Drinks International wine awards in as many months, Holly Motion reports on the Wine Marketing Awards.

Chapel Down expands

04 February, 2015

Chapel Down Group plc has announced that it has completed two long term land leases increasing the total under lease by 181 acres to 326 acres (73/131 hectares). 

The Chapel Down Nebuchadnezzar is now on sale at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London. 

Chapel Down, the market leader in English wines and beers, has completed its equity crowdfunding offer in 24 days by raising the maximum allowable amount of £3.95m and achieving a new world record in the process.

Entries are now welcome for the first-ever Investec Food & Drink Entrepreneur of the Year 2014.

English wine producer Chapel Down has announced pre-tax profit of £68k (2012: £414k) for the year ending December 31, 2013.

A boutique winery is being installed in west London with the intention of processing grapes from the likes of Bordeaux, Languedoc and the Roussillon and making wine from September.

Chapel Down, the English winemaker, has secured more than £4.3 million in new equity funding to expand the business and help grow its reputation both at home and overseas.

The United Kingdom Vineyards Association has announced the results of this year’s English & Welsh Wine of the Year competition.

English Wine Producers, the generic body representing English wine producers, is to exhibit at Prowein for the first time.

Five English wine procuders are to exhibit under the English Wine Producers (EWP) banner for the first time at ProWein 2013. 

The International Beer Challenge has named a lager made by an English winemaker among the world’s best beers.

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