Wine Tasting Experience Review

This review was submitted by Peter Wright, who wanted to share his experience of a wine tasting day for anyone who has thought about going to one, but wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Arriving at Vinopolis in London’s Bankside, beside Borough Market and Shakespeare’s Globe, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from a […]

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British winemaker sees increase in profits

Emma Sinclair, A British winemaker who has seen an increase in profits, wonders how much of this is contributed by demand, the growing UK female client base, and unreliable weather. When wondering around the off-license, it is hard to imagine vineyards in the countryside of the country. The weather here is very cold and wet. […]

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English wine wins major award

When an English wine wins an award from true connoisseurs it’s certainly worth a mention, but when a red wine made near Stourbridge in the Midlands wins a Silver Medal in competition with 14,392 other wines from 52 countries, it’s worth a rousing toast. Halfpenny Greens Vineyards is the site of an unexpected achievement, and […]

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Wine labelling confusing for consumers

In these austere times, with more of us than ever choosing to stay in and share a bottle of wine rather than venture out, wine sales on the whole are booming, especially for English wines. These small wineries are certainly holding their own in a fiercely competitive market, with many awards coming their way and […]

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