With the Coronation just around the corner this very British occasion has encouraged many of us to celebrate in style. To help the many events that will be taking place over this additional bank holiday a number food and drink (and party) experts have been making some great recommendations and helping us all to choose from the wide range of wines from Britain that are readily-available. Below are just some of the articles that are available to view online that outline some of the many great options with which to raise a glass to this very special of weekends:

A selection of sparkling wines fit for a King!

Richard Esling, Sussex World 4 May

People and clinking glasses

The 30 best British drinks to raise a toast to the King
Susy Atkins, Telegraph 2 May
“As the nation prepares to celebrate, here are some of the UK’s best wines, beers, spirits and more to bring to the table”

Celebrate the coronation with the top English sparkling wines – ITVX
2 May: This Morning, a range of English wines presented by The Thinking Drinkers, Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham.

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Victoria Moore, Telegraph Saturday 29 April
“Today we are proud of the wines made in England and Wales from grapes grown and harvested here. It’s the obvious wine with which to raise a toast to King Charles III. And, of course, no marketing slouches, quite a lot of them have special coronation editions.”

English sparkling wine fit for a King
David Williams, The Guardian, Sunday 30 April:
“Celebrate the Coronation and raise a glass with some premium home-grown bubbles”

Six wines for the Coronation
Will Lyons, The Times, Wednesday 26 April

The best English sparkling wine to buy to celebrate the Coronation
Jane MacQuitty, The Times 5 May

“King Charles was spot on when he noted the recent huge leap up in quality of English fizz …”

English fizz – crowning glory
Jancis Robinson & Tamlin Curran, jancisrobinson.com 1 May

British bubbly ready for coronation toasts and springtime celebrations …

How to celebrate the coronation weekend
Ameer Kotecha, Spectator 3 May

Where to go, what to do – and what to eat and drink