The English wine industry in its modern form arguably dates back to the 1950s and progress since then has occurred in fits and starts. About ten years ago, the industry entered a new phase which currently shows no signs of abating. Improved viticultual understanding, availability of more appropriate clones, realisation of the suitability of the
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The Champagne and English Sparkling Wine industries are very different beasts, not only in their size but also in their structure. In Champagne, the majority of wine is produced by the Négociant-Manipulant (NP) who largely buy in grapes, often under long-term contracts. They then produce wine on a very large scale, so that 300 NP
Nyetimber held their inaugural open days on the weekend of 19th 20th September 2014. This short promotional video provides a brief overview of the days’ events.