International report

Britain wine profits from warmer summers

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David Hawgood

Putting a label on a bottle that reads "Sparkling English Wine" was unthinkable 50 years ago. Wine is hardly ever associated with Britain. But there are over 350 vineyards in England and Wales, producing around one per cent of wines consumed in the UK. Experts attribute the growth of the British wine industry to warmer summers in recent years. A report from Camel Valley vineyard in the south western county of Cornwall.