Does farm subsidies reform mean cheaper land for vineyards?

29 March 2019 will be a watershed. Currently, the 33.6 million that voted in the referendum watch with increasing disbelief as UK leaders attempt to negotiate an exit from the European Union while parties fight openly among themselves. And as for the exit process this appears to do no more than stagger from side to side like a passenger aboard a cross channel ferry in rough seas! Nevertheless, the prime minister is emphatic we will leave the EU next year, we just have to wait to see if that is with or without a deal! Continue reading “Does farm subsidies reform mean cheaper land for vineyards?”

Meet the manager with Guy Heywood

If you weren’t working in wine, what would you be doing?

I’m not sure because when I was 30 everything changed for me. I was diagnosed with a congenital heart condition which meant I have had open heart surgery and two further heart surgeries, with a number of complications. While I was recovering I really thought about what I was passionate about and what I wanted from life, and the two things I loved were coffee and wine. Continue reading “Meet the manager with Guy Heywood”

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