The English Wine Kiosk has been created out of both love and necessity. It’s been a real treat to watch the English wine scene grow over the past few years – it’s huge, with a genuinely incredibly array of styles now on offer. England may be a little rock, but the variety available here is truly astounding and as far as we can see, it’s not being celebrated enough.

That’s where we come in. We don’t want to be the biggest, we want to be the best. We’re starting small, carefully curating vintners and vintages under one house to support the best of the best working within the English wine trade. We’re following the Gin Kiosk method, taking our time to seek out high quality wines that offer something a little different, with great branding, interesting backstories and – most importantly – brilliant people behind them.

We’re beginning with Sparkling Wine, before moving onto White, Rose and, eventually, a tiny handful of Red. With the brilliant Cherry Constable on board, English Wine Kiosk is going to serve as a minor publication, too, with opinion pieces about the industry as well as articles about terroir, production, trends and makers featuring in the blog.

Behind the Scenes

Emile Ward has accumulated years of experience in the Gin industry and has a true eye for ecommerce, having grown Gin Kiosk into a hugely popular site, with one of the most impressive portfolios on offer in the UK. Everything you love about Gin Kiosk, from the curation to the hands on customer service, is being transferred to English Wine Kiosk, so you know you’re in safe hands when it comes to choosing from the collection.

Cherry Constable has worked in the drinks industry for almost a decade, with various roles taking her from breweries to wineries and importers, before settling down for a while to write about spirits. She studied at Plumpton College, gaining both a Diploma in Wine Business and the Wine and Spirits Education Trust Diploma, and has been a trusted figure within the drinks world for many years, often being called in to judge competitions, such as The International Wine and Spirit Competition and the International Wine Challenge.



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