English sparkling wine producer Black Chalk has announced plans to set up an office in Tokyo as it bids to crack the Japanese market.

A leading English sparkling wine producer has predicted that the county’s production levels will double in the next decade.

English sparkling wine producer Nyetimber expects to increase its production capacity by 220,000 bottles per year after expanding into Kent.

English wine has come of age and can now bear comparison with what the rest of the world’s wine producers can offer. Christian Davis reports

on 17 May, 2012

Hands up who was watching The Apprentice last night on BBC?  The teams had to promote awareness of English sparkling wine.

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