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Rathfinny Estate in Sussex, one of the newest and biggest English wine producers, has bottled its first wines as it seeks to join in on a sales boom for the…
UK winemakers are toasting a bumper 2014 harvest as production continues to grow, with the country’s vineyard area more than doubling in the last seven years.
English winemakers should not be distracted by side projects to get appellation status for regions like Sussex and need a singular focus to promote their image abroad, Richard Balfour-Lynn has…
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.