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England

As a wine importer England has a long and illustrious history and as a producer its history is long, but little known. Wine making began with the Romans, but the vines they bought were not ideally suited to our colder climate. After the Norman conquest in 1066 winemaking flourished on a modest scale for 500 years. World War I, however, sounded the death knell for Britain’s commercial vineyards.

The current revival started in the 1950's and there are now more than 500 well established vineyards produce over 250,000 cases every year.

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Lyme Bay Winery Mulled Wine 10%
Lyme Bay Winery is a small company based in rural Devon producing award winning Meads and Country Wines. Their Mulled Wine is a de...
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England
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England
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75cl
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Wine Taste Explained

Three Choirs Estate English House Medium Dry 2012
 A light, clean aroma of honeysuckle leading to a delicious mouthfilling medium-dry wine. An excellent summer BBQ wine, ...
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England
Origin:
England
Size:
75cl


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Wine Taste Explained

Medium
Three Choirs Estate Reserve Rose 2013
A light delicate Rose, made from a blend of Seyval Blanc, Triomphe and Regent grapes. This wine is just off dry with a strong...
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England
Origin:
England
Size:
75cl


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Wine Taste Explained

Medium
Three Choirs Estate Reserve May Hill White 2011
This wine is made from a blend of Huxelrebe, Madeleine Angevine and Reichensteiner grapes. It has an aromatic herb and floral...
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England
Origin:
England
Size:
75cl


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Wine Taste Explained

Medium Sweet
Nyetimber Classic Cuvee 2009
Nyetimber has had a single aim and that is to produce the finest English sparkling wine, one to rival the best in the world includ...
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England
Origin:
England
Size:
75cl
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Wine Taste Explained

Very Dry
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