For four nights in April, Kent grower Hush Heath will be staging a pop-up event at the historic Old Tonbridge Fire Station in Kent to showcase all that the Estate has to offer. From 5th-9th April, for four nights and all day Sunday, it will pair wines and ciders with delicious themed menus prepared by chefs from The Goudhurst Inn, The
Hush Heath is excited to unveil the next vintage of its flagship wine, Balfour Brut Rosé, just in time for Christmas. 2013 was an unusually late harvest as it waited patiently for the best balance of sugars and acid in the grapes. Picking began with the Pinot Noir on 22nd October and the final batch
The grapes are all in at Kent’s Hush Heath Estate. The vineyard has produced a very impressive crop. Yields were much lower than last year – 2015 proved to be a record high at Hush Heath – but it is more than satisfied with a vintage that has been all about quality, not quantity. Despite optimism
For the month of February, customers who spend £100+ online with Hush Heath will be in with a chance of winning a fabulous prize: a two course dinner, a bottle of Hush Heath wine and a night for two at Hush Heath’s very own local bar, restaurant and boutique hotel, The Goudhurst Inn, followed by a
Hush Heath Estate has created a limited edition presentation box housing a bottle of Balfour Brut Rosé 2010 and two Balfour Crystal Glasses. The gift set is sold at £76 and produced in the traditional Balfour brand colours of copper and green. The presentation box was cardboard engineered by Concept Packaging Ltd using Mirri materials.