Kent winery Chapel Down has released England’s first Albariño, made using grapes from the country’s only commercial vineyard that grows the Spanish variety.
With the next installment of the Calcutta Cup kicking off this year’s Six Nations, here’s the boozy story of what happened to the poor trophy in 1988.
English wine producer Hush Heath has expanded its range with the release of an extra dry, non-vintage cuvée, ‘Leslie’s Reserve’.
C&C has announced the closure of two cider mills, including the Shepton Mallet mill in England, as it works to move its entire production to Ireland.
Vineyards of Hampshire, the new collective of wineries based in the English county, is gearing up for its first trade tasting in London in February.
A 152-acre Sussex estate with its own winery and vineyard has been put on the market for £4.5 million following the sudden death of its owner last year.
England’s top sparkling wines are more similar in character and style to grower Champagnes than Grandes Marques according to one UK producer.
With the trend for orange wine production on the rise in the UK, this week sees the first commercial release of an English orange wine, made by Chapel Down.
Seven Hampshire wineries have joined forces to create a new group to promote the English county’s sparkling and still wines.
A trend is developing in England for “orange” wine production with two skin contact wines made from white grape Bacchus due to come onto the market.
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