As a sommelier who has worked for Copenhagen’s Noma and Per Se in New York and set up the two Michelin-starred restaurant Kitchen Table in 2012, I'm more than a little discerning when it comes to wine. England is a newcomer but its offerings are gaining more attention from oenophiles as time goes on, especially in the field of sparkling wine. And the good news is it's not just a case of uncorking a bottle and taking a sip within the comfort of your own home; you can now stay at many of Britain's vineyards and make more of a break of it. Here are five to try:The Bathing House at Sharpham Wine Estate
A romantic self-catering cottage straight out of the scenery in movies. A beautiful location with rows and rows of vines lead down to the waters of the River Dart in Devon.