Wine Garden of England producers and their awards winning wines.

The Wine Garden of England producers have a great deal to celebrate following this year’s WineGB Awards. With a tremendous 29 medals including 7 golds, it’s clear you will always be tasting the very best of Britain when you visit the Wine Garden of England

The WineGB Awards were held in July at Ashling Park Estate in West Sussex, and were judged by some of the very best in the industry, Susie Barrie MW, Oz Clarke OBE and Rebecca Palmer. The awards are seen as a stamp of approval for some of the finest wines from around the UK, and help to promote them both in the UK and beyond.

If you need any more reason to celebrate than that – the beautiful county of Kent got the most overall medals of any other county in the UK with an outstanding 47 medals.

We’ve got your top Wine Garden of England award-winning wines listed below, with a link to how you can get hold of them!

Gusbourne Estates' still wines were a real favourite amongst the judges, not always found on their webshop, email for more information.

Cherry Garden Rosé 2019

Pinot Noir 2018

Chardonnay Clone 809 2018

Guinevere 2017

all received a Gold Medal.

The Chapel Down Kits Coty collection performed exceptionally well with 3 Gold awards;

Kit’s Coty Coeur de Cuvée 2014

Kit’s Coty Bacchus 2017

Kit’s Coty Chardonnay 2017

You can get your bottle from their online shop.


Many of The Wine Garden of England producers excelled in the awards, and for a full list of medal winners, you can find them at 

To purchase any of the medal winners, head to their online webshop below.


Hush Heath 




Biddenden Vineyards Pinot Reserve awarded Silver at WineGB Awards 2020