Laithwaite's Wine partnered with the color institute to launch a hue inspired by its sparkling white wine

Pantone and Laithwaite’s Wine have partnered up to bring English wines into the common color lingo—like France’s Champagne—with the new Pantone color “English Sparkling.” The color will be available in paint form from Valspar.

“A color of its time, the tastefully elegant Laithwaite’s Wine English Sparkling recognizes and symbolizes the growing prominence of the English wine industry,” said Laurie Pressman, Vice President of the Pantone Color Institute.

The off-white color is described by Pantone as a “subtle and stylishly elegant, creamy hue that quietly expresses effervescence and good taste.” It was inspired by Wyfold Vineyard Brut, a sparkling white wine grown by Barbara Laithwaite.

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Pantone and Laithwaite’s Wine have partnered up to bring English wines into the common color lingo—like France’s Champagne—with the new Pantone color “English Sparkling.” The color will be available in paint form from Valspar.

“A color of its time, the tastefully elegant Laithwaite’s Wine English Sparkling recognizes and symbolizes the growing prominence of the English wine industry,” said Laurie Pressman, Vice President of the Pantone Color Institute.

The off-white color is described by Pantone as a “subtle and stylishly elegant, creamy hue that quietly expresses effervescence and good taste.” It was inspired by Wyfold Vineyard Brut, a sparkling white wine grown by Barbara Laithwaite.