During this extraordinary time, days seem to contain more pauses for thought than before. At Gusbourne they been spending time thinking how they can support their partners across British business, especially those in hospitality,
restaurants and hotels – hard hit by the current crisis.
The result is an initiative they have called Time Well Spent. Gusbourne are joining forces with selected partners with whom they already share certain values – creativity, independent thinking and true craftsmanship – as part of an exchange of knowledge and insights that will benefit all. This includes Gusbourne’s customers, of course.
Over the coming months, Gusbourne will be hosting inspiring content that embodies the spirit of Time Well Spent, such as masterclasses with Head Winemaker, Charlie Holland content pieces with brand partners such as Bremont and Penhaligon’s, and perfect pairings of takeaway foods with their wines.
Gusbourne’s Open Kitchen culinary series will feature “try this at home” recipes from partners such as Trinity (Adam
Byatt), The Langham and Whatley Manor, plus insider knowledge on how Gusbourne takes time to perfect their wines, to ensure they can always be enjoyed at their best.
Gusbourne will also be sharing some of our revenues with selected partners while their doors are shuttered.
Meantime, their online shop remains open, and they will make available for limited release a selection of their still wines online for customers to purchase and enjoy at home. These wines are usually only available from their cellar door in Kent, The Nest. All online purchases continue to receive complimentary delivery to mainland UK destinations with no minimum order requirement.
Join Gusbourne on social media and on their website in making Time Well Spent an enriching experience during these unexpected days.