World renowned wine writer and monthly Vineyard columnist Matthew Jukes will be conducting a structured wine tasting for 120 guests at this year’s Vineyard & Winery Show.Continue reading “Take part in Matthew Jukes’ Structured Wine Tasting”
A celebration of UK wine, a showcase of all that is best in the industry and a premier trade show.
The Vineyard & Winery Show, planned for 24 November 2021 at the Kent County Showground, will be an unmissable event for anyone working in viticulture.
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In a series of demonstrations, tractor specialist Landini has been working with technology firms to bring growers up-to-date on precision technologies, which can offer huge potential to help establish and manage vine and fruit crops.Continue reading “AgriAgro focus on crop scanning and precision technologies”
After working in prestigious wineries in some of the great wine regions of the world, Jeremy Mount was tempted back to England in 2016 by Woodchester Valley Vineyard, who were planning a winery and looking for a winemaker – and the rest is history.Continue reading “Meet the people behind the wines… Jeremy Mou, Woodchester Valley Vineyard”
Axel Marchal and Philippe Marullo, Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin, University of Bordeaux, France.Continue reading “The origin of sweetness in dry wines”
What future do these varieties have in English and Welsh wine? Asks Vine-Works.Continue reading “Plant PIWIs”
Strict vineyard hygiene will be vital over autumn and winter to reduce the chances of this year’s high Downy mildew incidence having a lasting legacy on next year’s crop. Hutchinsons Rob Saunders and Chris Cooper explain more about managing the risks.Continue reading “Avoid a downy mildew legacy”
A label is so much more than a decorated piece of paper – it makes your wine stand out on a crowded shelf, it represents your brand, your story, your values and identity and it speaks to your target market. A label must attract customers to drive sales, carry product and legal information – and withstand the rigours of the ice bucket and the chiller cabinet. Vineyard speaks to Royston Labels to find out how their gold star service, skills, technology and craftmanship ignites your label and brings your brand to life.Continue reading “Royston brings your brand to life”
Wine production in the marginal region of Great Britain may be encumbered by volume variations, but the general trajectory is upwards, and according to WineGB is likely to approach 40 million bottles in 2040. Vineyard finds out from WineGB, and exporters Gusbourne Estate and Hattingley Valley, why an export strategy is so important for the health of the industry.Continue reading “The export safety valve”
A spirit of adventure and a desire to help transform the reputation of the Languedoc from a low-quality, high-volume wine producer to a high-quality, low-volume wine producer, took Charles and Ruth Simpson to France and Domaine de Sainte Rose, nearly 20 years ago. Vineyard speaks to Charles and Ruth to find out how that same desire to be part of an emerging and evolving region brought them back to the UK in 2012 – with their aspiration this time to help drive the extraordinary development that has seen England and Wales grow from being a little known and insignificant wine producer, to the most exciting and dynamic wine producing area in the world.Continue reading “British flair with savoir-faire”
Matthew Jukes was at the WineGB trade tasting event which featured a handful of extraordinary Pinots.Continue reading “Speaking fluent Pinot”
Red Johnson, former TV broadcaster and lover of the drinks industry, set up The British Bottle Company in 2014 to assist British drinks brands in developing their export business.Continue reading “In conversation… Red Johnson”