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The art of running a successful wine club and the ones to join.
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2020 saw another year of substantial plantings in the UK. It is estimated that approximately 1.5-1.8 million vines went in the ground this May which equates to about 360 Ha. While that’s a lot of vines to manage, it also means a lot of posts and wire will be required to support them.Continue reading “Trellis installation takes a step into the future”
Elise Lane set up urban winery Laneberg Wine in Gateshead three years ago and today her wines are stocked in Fortnum & Mason as its own label Bacchus. We find out how this happened and what’s next.Continue reading “In conversation…”
Working with the GLAA at harvest 2020.
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This year’s harvest looks to be an even more challenging affair than normal with the added complications of Covid-19 and the risks to workers. For most vineyards this is the time of highest demand for staff and a large proportion of pickers will be seasonal workers supplied via viticultural contractors like Vine Works. Growers clearly need to know that the staff they are supplied with are reliable, hardworking, healthy and have the right to work in the UK, so sourcing should always be via a GLAA licensed provider.Continue reading “The vine post”
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With ripening grapes potentially at greater risk from Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) attack over coming weeks, Hutchinsons’ Rob Saunders and Chris Cooper answer some key questions about this relatively new pest and how to control itContinue reading “Controlling Spotted Wing Drosophila”
What will your next labels look like? We speak to three companies working on the outside aesthetics for their advice.Continue reading “Outside the bottle thinking”
Joe Beckett from Kinsbrook Vineyard has some big plans for his family land in West Sussex. He talks Rebecca Chaplin through what’s in store.Continue reading “Grape expectations”
Itasca Wines aspirations and achievements have grown dramatically a year into the project. Vineyard Magazine visits to find out what’s next.Continue reading “Bigger, better, stronger winery nears completion”
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I drink an awful lot more still wine than I do sparkling. I have never really considered what the ratio is exactly, but if I opened more than one bottle of fizz per fortnight I would be surprised.Continue reading “Matthew Jukes wine review: Still improving”
Ten years into making the switch from Bordeaux to Bucks, Rebecca Chaplin meets up with Harrow & Hope owner Henry Laithwaite.Continue reading “Hope on the horizon”