Chapel Down vineyard

WSTA calls UKVA’s application for English fizz PGI a “side-show”

19 Jan 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

The UK Vineyards Association (UKVA) has revealed plans to apply for Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) for English sparkling wine, using the term “British Fizz”.

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Chapel Down vineyard

Guy Woodward: Why are we so down on English fizz? Subscription

16 Jan 2017 | By Guy Woodward

There was a degree of sniping when environment secretary Andrea Leadsom claimed recently that England was taking its place “among the world’s most renowned wine producers”.

Chapel Down has become an official partner to The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race

English fizz beats Champagne to become official Boat Race partner

03 Jan 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Leading English winery Chapel Down has become an official partner of the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, replacing Champagne Bollinger.

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​New Zealand: it’s not all about Sauvignon Blanc Subscription

13 Jan 2014 | By Anne Krebiehl MW

The UK remains central to New Zealand’s wine-export strategy as it looks to widen its appeal across all channels of the market. Ahead of this month’s generic UK tasting, Anne Krebiehl looks at its opportunities in 2014

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