2021 Archive:

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January 2021:
In conversation: Vineyard speaks to Elisabeth Else, the founder of a new e-commerce service, the3bottles.
Editor’s visit: The young team at Langham Wine Estate, in Dorset all jumped for joy in November when they were crowned Top Sparkling Wine Producer in the World.
Giving frost the cold shoulder: It is important to know your enemy and understand your frost risks.
Cutting edge: Winter pruning is probably the most important, most expensive and most challenging task in the vineyard year
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February 2021:
Fine dining in the vines: A family business both grows and sources, local Sussex produce for their London restaurant group.
Keeping the wolf from the door: Luke Wolfe has established and managed vineyards, harvested thousands of tonnes of grapes and has now formed Agro-Pro, to use this experience to help other growers.
Wild about weeds? Vineyard finds out if vines are happy sharing their space with weeds, and if not, how can weeds be controlled.
Earth filtration RIP? Vineyard asks if the earth filter still has a place in a modern winery? If not, why not? And what are
the alternatives?
Editor’s visit: With all the ingredients for an epic blockbuster – passion, romance, sorrow, adventure and adversity – the story of Sugrue South Downs is truly a legend.
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