September’s Words from the editor

This month I visited Nyetimber, who are committed to using estate-grown fruit to fill their one million bottle per year winery. Finding suitable parcels of land has led to the creation of nine different Nyetimber vineyards spread over three counties. Proud of where its fruit comes from, regardless of geographic spread, each wine clearly lists which county(s) the grapes were sourced from. Continue reading “September’s Words from the editor”

August’s Words from the editor

On my table at the Wines of Great Britain Awards presentation (see page 16) one topic of conversation couldn’t help but rear its ugly little head… what shall we call English sparkling wine? Britagne, Merret, British Fizz / BritFizz, Original British Method, Micans Vinum, Verve, Albion, Sparklish, Laetus, Lizzy, Celebritain, BritPop, Brubbly, Trafalgar, English, Quintessence, did I miss any? Continue reading “August’s Words from the editor”

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