Digby Fine English has opened its doors to the Digby Fine English Tasting Room in the heart of Arundel, West Sussex. Located steps away from the historic and beautiful Arundel Castle and a few minutes from where the wine is made, the new brand home is set to host, educate and entertain customers from around the world.
The Tasting Room offers an elegant space in the style of Digby’s living room overseen by the brand’s namesake Sir Kenelm Digby. Every detail of the new space has been artfully curated and customized by Co-Founders Trevor Clough and Jason Humphries, together with interior designer Emma Wood, from the tasting counter to the exclusive Members’ Room.
Trevor Clough, Co-Founder & CEO, says: “Arundel is the gateway to the South Downs National Park and the capital of English Wine Country, and hence, the perfect seat for the home of our band of fizzing upstarts. We wanted this to be a space that matches the elegance and energy of our house style, as well as the exuberance and abandon of our brand. Our goal is nothing less than to help put the English sparkling category on the world map.”
Guests can expect to enjoy an array of Digby Fine English experiences, from a tasting flight overseen by Tasting Room & Customer Experience Manager, Alex Ransom, to a more formal tasting in the exclusive Members’ Room.
To coincide with the opening of the Tasting Room, Digby Fine English has also launched the Kenelm Club. The Founders’ long-term vision of launching a wine club was inspired by the global best practices for wine tourism followed in Napa.