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.
Vini-Culture: Summer Edition
Introducing Gusbourne's first magazine, Vini-Culture. Hear from our Chief Winemaker, insightful interviews with fascinating features on collecting, England as the most exciting wine region right now, and - perhaps most importantly - how best to enjoy English sparkling wine.
Make a weekend of it: your guide to Rye
If you’re planning a trip to our vineyards, there’s no need to rush home. Stay a while and experience this beautiful part of Kent. Here, Gusbourne’s Sophie Sturdy shares her local expertise on the best places to eat, stay and enjoy.
Summer comes to the vineyard
Each growing season has its own story to tell - and there’s no one closer to this than our vineyard team. Here, we step among the vines to hear about the long, light-filled months at Gusbourne.
Discover our 2018 Single Vineyard releases
Our Single Vineyard wines offer a unique way to experience our terroir. These beautifully crafted wines are luxurious expressions of our finest sites and a moment in time.
Henry Jeffreys on English Wine
Henry Jeffreys, drinks expert and award-winning author, gives his view on why England might just be the most exciting wine region in the world right now.
A tale of two terroirs
One of the special things about Gusbourne is that our fruit is grown on both chalk and clay soils. Here, we take a look at what these two different terroirs bring to our wines.
Digging deeper: biodiversity in our vineyards
How we farm matters. Not just because healthy vines mean quality wines. But because it’s the key to the long-term future of our land. Here, we speak with Jon Pollard, Chief Vineyard Manager, about how a scientific trial in our vineyards is uncovering new ways of working.
The Harvest Report
There’s something deeply romantic about the idea of harvest. But there’s nothing like a touch of England’s autumnal chill to make you realise that grape-picking at 51-degrees north is a slightly different matter.