A magical mix of talent, resources, terroirs and an increasingly favorable climate has resulted in an English wine industry that has exploded in recent years. World-class traditional method sparklers and cool-climate table wines are produced by 197 wineries across Britain, from nearly 900 vineyards. Thanks to the industry’s rapid growth (plantings are up 70% in the last five years and hectarage has more than quadrupled since 2000), combined with the COVID pandemic, which saw Brits flocking to wineries in their own backyards, there has been a stratospheric rise in wine tourism on the Isles.
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