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.
Some of the most experienced figures in the sparkling wine world will be speaking at the International Sparkling Wine Symposium 2011.
The Duchess of Cornwall has been appointed president of the United Kingdom Vineyards Association.
A new website has been set up to showcase and sell English sparkling wines.
Two new generic names coined for English sparkling wine have had a very mixed reception in the English wine community.
Michel Chapoutier is looking for land to make wine in England, he has told Decanter.com.
At least two English wine producers are on tenterhooks as they wait to see if their wine will be served at the Royal Wedding on Friday.
The announcement of RidgeView's historic win at the DWWA last week had regional, national and even international journalists queing up to interview the winning winemakers.
For the first time in over five years, more Gold medals were won by still wines than by sparkling wines in last week’s 2010 English & Welsh Wine Competition
English sparkling wine Nyetimber has beaten the likes of Bollinger and Louis Roederer to be named Champion of Worldwide Sparking Wines at an Italian competition.
UK vineyard area has grown by 45% over the last four years with 1,106 hectares now under vine.
Wine experts including Oz Clarke and Jancis Robinson MW have chosen a selection of English wines to be shown at Vinopolis in the run up to English wine week.
English sparkling wine has shown that it has the potential to challenge highstreet Champagne, a Decanter tasting has proved.
Vineyards in England and Wales will be exempt from EU-wide planting restrictions – among the most controversial of the EU wine reforms.
Attracting a record number of entries in 2007, the longest running competition for UK-produced wine offers further proof of an industry on the rise.
English wine may taste of rain, but sales are rocketing.