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The world of winemaking and brewing never sleeps

So whether you adore ale, go bonkers for beer or just have a nose for a good wine story, we’ll keep you up to date with all the news from Lyme Bay Winery here.

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Mead: The Ancient Drink with a Bright Future

With its ancient heritage, the word ‘mead’ used to conjure up images of carousing Vikings or drunken medieval revellers, but recent recipe innovations have contributed to the resurgence of what is considered by many to be an elixir of health, fertility and longevity.

A brief history of mead

Arguably the world’s first alcoholic drink, mead is created by fermenting honey with water and sometimes adding fruit, spices, grains or hops.

To give you an idea of just how long mead has been around, pottery v...

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4 Wines that are Perfect for Spring

The daffodils are dancing, lambs are skittering about, and the evenings seem decidedly lighter, which can only mean one thing – spring is about to make an entrance.

If you’re looking for some ‘drinkspiration’ to toast the start of the new season, then English wines are the perfect choice to welcome in the warmer weather.

Sauvignon Blanc

The arrival of spring is a great encouragement to get out and about in the fresh air again, and our single servings of Intrepid Fox Sauvignon Blanc make the ideal o...

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Get in the pink this Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re a fan of Valentine’s Day or not, we think that getting halfway through February is a reason to rejoice in itself. Once we hit February 14th there’s only a few more weeks of winter left to go, so if you are planning on raising a glass to celebrate, we’ve got a couple of suggestions that’ll get you in the pink.

And ‘pink’ is the operative word here. If you want to win the heart of someone special, or simply try something new that’ll put a sparkle in your loved one’s eye – and in thei...

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5 New Drinks to Try in the New Year

The new year is traditionally a time where we are encouraged to get rid of our old bad habits and take up all kinds of increasingly weird and wonderful diet and fitness crazes which are supposed to whip us into shape for the months ahead.

But if – like us – you’re not a fan of jumping on the latest faddy bandwagons just because everyone else seems to have climbed aboard the trendy train, then we think we have a better idea.

Of course, it’s exciting to start the new year with a bit of a shake-up of...

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Grape expectations from this year’s harvest

With roughly 300 tonnes of English grapes processed so far we are coming to the end of this year’s harvest, and it’s clear that the scorching temperatures of summer that stretched into a warm and dry start to autumn have allowed the grapes to reach their full ripeness.

Exceptional yields

In fact, our head winemaker Liam Idzikowski thinks this could be the best year yet for Lyme Bay Winery’s English wines. While the Bacchus grapes have come in with very high ripeness levels, Liam is particularly ex...

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Recipes

3 Great Recipes to Spice Up with Cider

Autumn is many people’s favourite season, and it’s easy to see why. From the blazing colours of the treetops contrasted against a clear blue sky to the celebration of harvest’s seasonal bounty, autumn offers the unmistakable opportunity for a closer connection with nature and the landscape around us.

For those of us living in this sceptred isle, it’s the humble apple that often plays a starring role in festivals, traditions and in our kitchens at this time of year. With different types of apple r...

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