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.
Join Our Club: Gusbourne Reserved
You may not know it, but at Gusbourne we have our own club. Welcome to Gusbourne Reserved.
Late Disgorged Wines
Making vintage sparkling wine is the pursuit of the ultimate expression of the harvest of a single year. In the winery and cellar, time becomes technique. Here we reveal how we create one of our most specialised bottlings: Late Disgorged.
Meet the Winemakers
We are constantly striving to encourage more people into the English wine industry and helping them develop their careers. Here we profile some of our winemakers and reveal how they’re adding their sparkling skills to the Gusbourne winemaking team.
International Women's Day
To mark International Women’s Day, Global Ambassador Laura Rhys MS and Assistant Winemaker Mary Bridges talk about their experiences of working together to craft our award-winning wines.
We've Been Thinking Of You
When you give the gift of Gusbourne, or share a bottle with family and friends, you’ll know what we mean when we say we’ve been thinking of you – since long before the wine in your glass started its years-in-the-making story. A story to celebrate this vintage Christmas.
The Harvest Report
As this year’s harvest comes to a close, the Gusbourne team reflects on the conditions of another vintage year in the making – and what making vintage wine really means.
Craft Is In Our Nature
It’s in everything we do. The soil, the vines, the fruit. Hand harvesting, tasting, testing, blending. Barrels, bottles, labels. At every step, in every detail, for every vintage year, craft is in our nature.
What's Your Sparkling Style?
Making fine wine is a slow, measured procession of individual steps – each with its own terminology, not always fully understood outside the cellar door. Here we explain the final step in the process, known as dosage.