Squerryes Court was built in 1681, and to this day the house remains relatively unchanged. The Warde family came to Squerryes in 1731 and Henry Warde and his family are the 8th generation to live here.
Let Squerryes be the setting for your special day. Choose the Winery: a modern, stylish space overlooking our vines at the gateway to the Garden of England or the splendour and elegance of our family home, Squerryes Court and Gardens, the setting for many period dramas over the years.
Squerryes are delighted to announce that in May 2015, their 2010 Brut won two gold medals in international blind tasting competitions. Last summer the Squerryes 2010 won three medals and has since developed complexity, elegance and fullness with a further 12 months on the lees. The Sommelier Wine Awards and International Wine Challenge are well respected in the wine industry and it is a rare honour for a wine to be a double gold winner.
The tasting notes from the Sommelier Wine Awards noted hints of minerals throughout. Riccardo Giacomelli of Bocca di Lupo found ‘a very good balance between the yeasty notes and apple aromas on the nose