The Dirty Habit

The Dirty Habit, Hollingbourne, ME17 1UW

The Farm House

The Farm House, West Malling, ME19 6NA

The Great House

The Great House, Hawkhurst, TN18 5EJ

The Gun

The Gun, Chiddingly, TN21 0JU

The Herbalist

The Herbalist, Maidstone, ME14 1JF

The Pig & Sty

The Pig & Sty, Ashford, Bethersden, TN26 3LF

The Poacher & Partridge

Poacher & Partridge, Tudeley, TN11 0PH

The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed, Langley, ME17 3LZ

The Vineyard

The Vineyard, Lamberhurst, TN3 8EU

The Dirty Habit

The Dirty Habit, Hollingbourne, ME17 1UW

The Farm House

The Farm House, West Malling, ME19 6NA

The Great House

The Great House, Hawkhurst, TN18 5EJ

The Gun

The Gun, Chiddingly, TN21 0JU

The Pig & Sty

The Pig & Sty, Ashford, Bethersden, TN26 3LF

The Poacher & Partridge

Poacher & Partridge, Tudeley, TN11 0PH

The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed, Langley, ME17 3LZ

The Vineyard

The Vineyard, Lamberhurst, TN3 8EU

The Dirty Habit

The Dirty Habit, Hollingbourne, ME17 1UW

The Farm House

The Farm House, West Malling, ME19 6NA

The Great House

The Great House, Hawkhurst, TN18 5EJ

The Gun

The Gun, Chiddingly, TN21 0JU

The Herbalist

The Herbalist, Maidstone, ME14 1JF

The Pig & Sty

The Pig & Sty, Ashford, Bethersden, TN26 3LF

The Poacher & Partridge

Poacher & Partridge, Tudeley, TN11 0PH

The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed, Langley, ME17 3LZ

The Vineyard

The Vineyard, Lamberhurst, TN3 8EU

The Cow Shed

The Cow Shed, West Malling, ME19 6NA

Junipers

Junipers, Maidstone, ME14 1JF

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English Wine Week: Introducing Fitz

Posted by the Elite team. 16th June 2020

Each year, English Wine Week is an opportunity to showcase the best that England has to offer when it comes to wine. We’re lucky to have a sensational selection of homegrown wines and Fitz Sparkling Wine is no exception.

We’re here to tell you everything you need to know about Fitz, available to order now at your local Elite Pub!

Named after the Anglo-Norman name Fitzroy, meaning son of the King and a name often given to illegitimate sons and daughters of the King, Fitz are more than familiar with the concept of doing things a little bit differently.

To understand why the name is so fitting, we need to find out what makes Fitz so unique. It’s a well known fact that wines and their sparkling counterparts are made using grapes but it’s what happens next that makes all the difference.

Fitz is made using the Charmat process of secondary fermentation. This makes it different to many other English sparkling wines that are made using the traditional Champagne method.

Their chosen grape varietal along with the Charmat production technique enables a fresh, fruit-driven fizz making it a fabulous choice for all occasions with family or friends. Find out more about their production process here.

Introducing Fitz
To top it all off, Fitz is made with English grapes, grown by English farmers and produced by an English winemaker just across the border in Sussex. There’s nothing we love better than locally made produce and Fitz is the perfect blend of innovation, quality and fun. All of our favourite things!

Head over to our Facebook to enter our #EnglishWineWeek competition to be in with a chance of winning six bottles of Fitz! Fitz is also currently available on our take away wine list and will be ready to order by the glass or bottle when we re-open our doors this July.

To top it all off, Fitz is made with English grapes, grown by English farmers and produced by an English winemaker just across the border in Sussex. There’s nothing we love better than locally made produce and Fitz is the perfect blend of innovation, quality and fun. All of our favourite things!

Head over to our Facebook to enter our #EnglishWineWeek competition to be in with a chance of winning six bottles of Fitz! Fitz is also currently available on our take away wine list and will be ready to order by the glass or bottle when we re-open our doors this July.

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