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Meanwhile in Kent, Rochester Cathedral is set to host its first wine festival in 1,000 years, as Kentish producers say they’re banding together to host the “Wine Garden of England” this November.

The festival is the first event to be organised by the newly formed Wine Garden of England group, a partnership between seven Kentish producers: Biddenden, Chapel Down, Domaine Evremond, Gusbourne, Hush Heath Estate, Simpsons Wine Estate and Squerreys.

Described as a “friendly collective”, Wine Garden of England (a play on Kent’s title as the ‘Garden of England’) aims to promote the wines from the county top both the trade and public.

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