Time Well Spent
At Gusbourne, we present an authentic reflection of a time and place in each of our bottles, by producing exclusively vintage wines that are unique to each growing season. Inspired by this ethos of making the most of time, we’ve put together a collection of tips, tricks and interesting reads to help you make the most of your Time Well Spent.
We’ve joined forces with selected partners with whom we already share certain values – creativity, independent thinking and true craftsmanship – as part of an exchange of knowledge and insights that we have shared here. You can also explore the perfect pairing of takeaway food with our wines, inspiring recipes from the kitchens of partners such as The Langham London, and thought-provoking conversations with partners such as Bremont, Gieves & Hawkes and Penhaligon’s. Plus, insider knowledge on how at Gusbourne we take time to perfect our wines, so you can enjoy them always at their best.
Masters of Their Craft: Whatley Manor x Gusbourne
Luxury means different things to different people. But does one idea sit at the heart of it? Gusbourne’s Chief Winemaker Charlie Holland discusses the high points of life with Whatley Manor's two-Michelin-star Executive Chef and Great British Menu winner Niall Keating.
Open Kitchen with Whatley Manor
Try this delicious recipe by Great British Menu 2020 'Champion of Champions' Niall Keating, Executive Chef of two Michelin-starred Whatley Manor, at home with a bottle of Gusbourne Cherry Garden Rosé 2019.
Open Kitchen with The Langham
Pop open a bottle of Gusbourne Rosé, bake some delicious scones and gather with friends virtually to enjoy afternoon tea at home.
Open Kitchen with Southernhay House Hotel
The fresh, zesty citrus fruit of Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs provides a perfect pairing to the saltiness of cured salmon.
Open Kitchen with Paul Askew
Paul's Spring Chicken with Fresh Asparagus recipe is complemented by Gusbourne Chardonnay Guinevere.
Open Kitchen with Adam Byatt
Adam's Sardine Bolognaise pairs perfectly with Gusbourne Pinot Noir 2018.