Wine

Following the feast with a famine provides food for thought

By Pete Hemingway, SRA Project Assistant Dry January, Veganuary, Decaffanuary, as many trendy “anuary’s” as you can shake a stick at. It’s that time of the year when I take a long hard look at myself and struggle to see my feet, the turkey, stuffing and roast parsnips of Christmas Day transforming me in no …

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Nutbourne vineyard – a world away from city limits

You’d be forgiven for thinking the hospitality business is fickle and precarious. You’d be right, of course. And Mother Nature can be a cruel mistress to anyone who relies on sourcing and serving fresh produce. But that all pales into insignificance when you look closely at the incredibly risky nature of wine making – especially …

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Spring into action with English Wine Week

By Julia Trustram-Eve, English Wine Producers The month of May spells a time of anticipation, with the promise of the summer ahead, plenty of the best produce available to enjoy and a general feel of all things good.  The celebratory feel in this month is now well and truly extended to English wine, now commanding …

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