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    Can English wine be organic?

    As I’ve already mentioned in Davenport the quiet hero, there are 700 vineyards in the UK, with a total of about 2,500 ha (6,200 acres) under vine. Of…

    1 Jun 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Forty Hall – therapy in a bottle

    See this guide to our English wine week. When you spend three years getting up at 5 am once a week to cycle across London to catch a train for the…

    31 May 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Studying at Plumpton

    See this guide to our English wine week. What does the flourishing UK wine industry need, aside from decent weather? People. Not just enthusiasts but…

    30 May 2018 Julia Harding MW
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    This year's English winners

    See this guide to our English Wine Week at JancisRobinson.com. The results of this year’s big English (and Welsh) wine competition have just been…

    30 May 2018 Team JR
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    English sparkling wine – initial progress

    See this guide to our English wine week. LOL, FYI, OMG – in the internet era, three-letter acronyms have become routine forms of communication. The…

    29 May 2018 Richard Hemming MW
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    Davenport the quiet hero

    This is English Wine Week and we are marking it with a series of articles about English wine, many of them by Tam. Here's the first. Keep visiting …

    28 May 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Our English wine week – a guide

    Today is the official start of English Wine Week (see this list of related events). If you are in the UK and are interested in visiting English (or…

    26 May 2018 Team JR
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    Pommery NV champagne and English sparkling

    Louis Pommery English sparkling wine £39.99 Pommery champagne widely available internationally, from €21, $29.97, £35.95  Find the English…

    27 Apr 2018 Richard Hemming MW
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    Mixed current fizzes

    As Tam notes today in the first of her 13 collections of book reviews, to be published over the next three weeks, 'tis the season to be fizzy (as well…

    18 Dec 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    English vineyards worth visiting

    Elisabeth Else and Ian Hardwick of winecellardoor.co.uk take us on a tour of some visitor-friendly vineyards in England and Wales. Visiting vineyards,…

    10 Oct 2017 Guest contributor
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    Vineyards of Hampshire

    If you drew a vertical line down the middle of the United Kingdom, and followed it to the southernmost point (ignoring the Isle of Wight), it would…

    11 Jul 2017 Tamlyn Currin
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    English still wines - a progress report

    With English Wine Week starting last Saturday, this seems a good time to look at the Cinderallas of English wine, those without CO2. English fizz is…

    29 May 2017 Julia Harding MW
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    The vines of Windsor Great Park

    This article has been syndicated. It was the most glorious late summer day in England. A bright blue sky with fluffy white clouds. Peaceful rolling…

    23 Jan 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Burgundians branch out

    Last week when I was in Burgundy I heard a great deal of talk about foreign investors in Côte d’Or vineyards. There may be a gap between rumour and…

    16 Nov 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Nyetimber takes on Krug

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See also Nyetimber - a Canadian playground.  Most wine drinkers nowadays are aware…

    10 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson