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Nyetimber, West Sussex

Nyetimber, West Sussex

Next time you're cracking open a bottle of Nyetimber (their Classic Curve is slightly fruity, like champagne but a bit brighter in flavour, and dangerously drinkable, in case you're interested), a little history lesson for you. Nyetimber estate dates back to the Norman Conquest; how many French champagne houses can boast that?

Matt Sills / Via nyetimber.com

Chapel Down, Kent

Chapel Down, Kent

If you've ever eaten in one of Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsey's restaurants you'll have heard of Chapel Down's English wines. However, did you know that they also produce a mean couple of Kentish beers and ciders? They also used crowdfunding to raise £3.95 million in just three weeks to help fund their operation.

Via chapeldown.com

Barnsole Vineyard, Kent

Planted in 1993, but under new ownership, Barnsole just outside of Canterbury in Kent produces just three English wines that, with a few exceptions are pretty much only available by visiting the vineyard for a tasting. Look out for their sparkling wine that drops next year.

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Biddenden Vineyard, Kent

Biddenden Vineyard, Kent

Biddenden is Kent's oldest commercial winery. If you'd like to learn more about local produce, you can take tours around the vineyard, followed by a trip to the Shepherds Neame Brewery, who make the beers you'll probably have been sipping in most popular pubs in the county.

Msp Assocs / Via biddendenvineyards.com

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