Hugh Johnson’s son to shine a light on British drinks

8th September, 2014 by Lucy Shaw

Red Johnson, son of revered wine writer Hugh Johnson, has launched an export company specialising in premium British drinks.

Red Johnson

The British Bottle Company’s portfolio is split into three categories: Craft Beer & Cider; English Sparkling Wine; and Artisanal Spirits.

Johnson put the BBC portfolio together with the help of his father, English wine specialist Mike Paul, spirits expert Ian Wisniewski and beer expert Pete Brown.

Among the fizzes in the portfolio are Digby Fine English, Hush Heath Balfour Brut Rosé from Kent and Camel Valley from Cornwall.

On the gin front, the BBC offers Langtons No. 1 from Skiddaw and Warner Edwards from Northamptonshire, along with milk-based Black Cow vodka from Dorset and beer from Otter Brewery in Devon.

“This is an amazing period….

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2 Responses to “Hugh Johnson’s son to shine a light on British drinks”

  1. John Roberts says:

    ‘artisanal’ isnt a word

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