Harrow & Hope
Whilst English fizz has grown in quality and recognition, most brands are still paying homage to their more famous neighbours across the channel: script lettering, gold foiling, florid borders.
For Henry and Kaye Laithwaite, Without® recommended focusing on something the big champagne houses couldn’t: they were small. Without® created a distinctive brand based on modesty rather than bombast. Harrow&Hope is getting noticed by celebrating the mess, the mud and the staggering risk of making top-quality wine in the UK.
Hard work & good fortune
How to deliver the expected standards of premium fizz without apeing the cues of Champagne? Avoiding the familiar palette of cream and gold, Harrow & Hope labels stand out in classic English hues, evoking Farrow & Ball or Wedgwood. The story of hard work rewarded is alluded to with a subtle graphic emboss, changing texture where “Harrow” becomes “Hope”.
The brand in numbers
- 40 years before Henry can consider the vineyard “established”
- 93/100 score from Decanter for 2013 Vintage Rosé
- 21 awards to date