Moves by several English wine producers to establish protected name status for Sussex has drawn a rebuke from Chapel Down, a rival wine company based outside of the region.
Drinking a glass of ‘Sussex’ could soon become a reality with English wine producers poised to bid for the same protected name status as Champagne and Bordeaux.
Police have launched an investigation after burglars stole English wine worth £80,000 from a warehouse at Bolney Wine Estate in southern England.
English winery Chapel Down is producing what it believes is the country's first skin contact white wine.
English wine group Chapel Down has leased another 73 hectares of 'prime vineyard land' in southern England to cater for expected consumer demand.
Rising consumer demand for English and Welsh wine both at home and abroad could see annual sales approach £100m by the end of 2015, according to industry estimates.
Mike Roberts MBE, a pioneer of English wine and co-founder of one of the country's best-known estates, Ridgeview, has died.
English wine producers are hailing 2014 as a year to remember after a warm, dry September produced one of the earliest harvests in recent times.
London Cru, the winery in the heart of the UK capital, is to make its first English wine from the 2014 vintage after being impressed with the quality of this…
A £2m laboratory that is intended to put southern England on the world map for wine research has been opened by the Duchess of Cornwall.
Nyetimber head winemaker Cherie Spriggs talks to Decanter about the new 2009 Tillington Single Vineyard, as well as the challenges of managing Nyetimber's diverse vineyards.
The Duchess of Cornwall officially opened the new £2.5m all gravity-fed state-of-the-art winery at Hambledon Vineyard in Hampshire this week.
English winery Chapel Down is to invest more than £4m in a 'significant' vine planting programme and to expand the company's fast-growing beer business.
English winemakers are looking to build on their higher profile following last year's Jubilee and Olympics celebrations with a greater push on exports in 2013.
England's largest wine estate, Nyetimber, has announced it will be making no 2012 sparkling wine, because the difficult growing season means it can not produce sufficiently high quality wine from…
The English grape harvest will be about two weeks later and smaller than normal – with winemakers hoping for a fine September to save the vintage.
As England continues to suffer the wettest early summer since records began, winemakers are beginning to wonder if they are going to have any grapes to harvest at all.
English sparkling wines spearheaded bumper wine sales over the Jubilee weekend in the UK, initial figures show.
English wine is growing in popularity and is increasingly recognised as a premium wine producing region, with approximately 1,800ha of land under vine, more than 450 vineyards and around 3.15m…
Mike Roberts of Ridge View – looking as though he had just caught a whiff of TCA on one of his most prized vintages – summed up the whole affair…
English Wine Producers (EWP) has unveiled a new logo and branding designed to reinforce its message about English wines to consumers and the trade.
London wine merchant Corney & Barrow has taken its first English listing after being captivated by the 'structure and power' of the sparkling wines of Wiston Estate in the South
English sparkling wine Nyetimber will be on offer this year as wine merchant Goedhuis hosts its third annual Summer Rose Tasting in aid of the Starlight Children's Foundation.
A former hedge fund manager is setting out to plant what will one of the largest vineyards in England, in the South Downs in East Sussex.
London wine merchant Bibendum has revealed a list of wines that will be served at the London Olympics this summer.
English sparkling favourites Camel Valley and Ridge View came out ahead in a major tasting of 94 sparkling wines – most of them from the UK - held in London
Camel Valley Vineyards in Cornwall has submitted the UK's first single grower application for Protected Designation of Origin status.
Sales of English wine - both sparkling and still - have boomed over the last year, London wine merchant Berry Bros and Rudd says.
Waitrose has announced that English winery Ridgeview will make the UK supermarket's own-brand sparkling wine, due for launch in 2014.
The English wine harvest has started in summer-like temperatures – and producers are delighted with the quality of the crop.