Albury Vineyard has launched a smart new logo and website this week. The organic vineyard, situated in the picturesque Surrey Hills, first came to notice in 2012 when their first wine, Silent Pool Rosé was served on the Royal Barge to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Since then, their brand has evolved a lot with the release of their award-winning Albury Estate sparkling wines.
“We, therefore, decided to develop a new brand identity that would truly reflect our values as a family run vineyard producing local, top quality wines, and offering unique visitor experiences,” says vineyard owner Nick Wenman. “We are delighted with the new logo and website that Detail Design Consultants have created for us and feel that it now encompasses the true essence of 'ALBURY', producing 'Fine Wines in the Surrey Hills'. They have brought out the fine details that represent what is special about us, from the Duke of Northumberland crest that appears in our new logo mark, to the leaves from the vines that make up the crown. These small touches echo the care and attention we put into each and every bottle.”
Albury has also released a new website which not only offers information about the vineyard but also, most importantly, provides a user-friendly shopping experience for people wanting to buy the wines and book events. “People shop online using their mobile phones and tablets now far more frequently than they use desktop computers, so it’s very important for websites to be responsive to these devices. Our new website now offers a user-friendly shopping experience and we are thrilled with how it looks” says Lucy Letley, Nick’s daughter and marketing manager at Albury.
Albury Vineyard produces still and sparkling organic wines of the highest quality. The vineyard was planted in 2009 by owner Nick Wenman and comprises 21,000 vines spanning 12 acres across the North Downs. Nick believes that key to the success of the wines is the vineyard’s commitment to organic and biodynamic principles, and Albury is one of only a handful of organic vineyards in England.
Demand is soaring for Albury wines with many restaurants both in the local area and further afield now featuring them on their wines lists. Recently, Tommy Banks’ restaurant The Black Swan in Yorkshire became the latest Michelin starred establishment to serve Albury Sparkling. This year The Black Swan was named the world’s best restaurant according to Trip Advisor Customer Reviews. Brighton tailor Gresham Blake teams up with Ridgeview for Peter James scripted mystery