Archive for April, 2015

Camel Valley – a worthy detour for any visitor to Cornwall

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Camel Valley – a worthy detour for any visitor to Cornwall

The picture of smiling visitors enjoying a glass of wine in the evening sun on the terrace at Camel Valley overlooking the vineyards is probably one of the most familiar to people with any interest in wines from our shores. In fact the number of people with barely a passing interest in English and Welsh […]

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Gentle Evolution at Sharpham

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Gentle Evolution at Sharpham

As I have said before, a visit to Sharpham on a sunny day is always a treat; it’s very impressive the way that one of the longest established cellar doors continues to gently evolve and remain appealing to new visitors and locals alike. Although not on my normal route to Cornwall, I decided that it […]

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Tiny Lily Farm Punches Above its Weight

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Tiny Lily Farm Punches Above its Weight

The buzz about Lily Farm Vineyard started to catch my attention last year with their excellent showing in various awards. Later, I was looking for some pink fizz from smaller producers to join a UK tasting line up and their name came up again with a suggestion from wine educator Rebecca Mitchell. A bottle was kindly supplied […]

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