Arrow Fat Left Icon Arrow Fat Right Icon Arrow Right Icon Cart Icon Close Circle Icon Expand Arrows Icon Facebook Icon Instagram Icon Twitter Icon Hamburger Icon Information Icon Down Arrow Icon Mail Icon Mini Cart Icon Person Icon Ruler Icon Search Icon Shirt Icon Triangle Icon Bag Icon Play Video

The stellar profile of the English wine industry continues to rise in terms of production and the sensational quality of sparkling and, ever increasingly, still wines. Now the good news is travelling fast to the international market. In America, they have coined the phrase “Brit Bubbles” and the UK’s finest fizz producers seem to be turning heads and pleasing palates across the globe.


Simpsons’ Wine Estate is delighted to be making waves across the North Sea, predominantly in Norway and also in Denmark and Sweden too.  Last weekend heralded the launch of the Gravel Castle Chardonnay 2019 and The Roman Road Chardonnay 2018 by the government wine Monopoly in Norway (Vinmonopolet), having won both first and second place in their Chardonnay tender.  This is no mean feat, as the wines must adhere to strict regulatory requirements, whilst proving to be of exceptionally high-quality, worthy of distribution.


The full range of Simpsons’ wines are now being exported to Norway and the Estate has already seen a surge in demand.  Aiding this has been some excellent press coverage and top ratings by highly respected wine critics:



  • Esteemed journalist, Ulf Dalheim, who is also the founder of VinPuls, Norway's biggest wine club, reviewed the two Chardonnay releases, with The Roman Road 2018 coming out top and Gravel Castle 2018 following closely behind: