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Lyme Bay’s record harvest a challenge, though fantastically exciting

The first harvest being managed by new winemaker Michael Dollan will set a new record and has challenges beyond just scale, though undaunted the team are very inspired – and busy!

Having managed to take in nearly three times the volume of fruit intended in 2018, the team at Lyme Bay Winery invested to increase capability and capacity in anticipation of welcoming around 350 tonnes of grapes in a matter of weeks.

Having geared up and with an experienced winemaker at the helm they are now working fla...

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A Guide to Cider in Britain

Cider is a beverage which has enjoyed a revival in Britain in recent years, with the number of local producers increasing and the quality of the drink improving. Britain is the leading country in the consumption of cider and 56% of apples grown in Britain go into making cider. Cider is strongly associated with the West Country, with several producers being located in Somerset, Devon and Dorset, including ourselves in East Devon where we make sparkling vintage ciders and fruit ciders.

History of C...

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Why are Craft Drinks so Popular?

Quality and innovation have become the key trends in the food and beverage sector over the last 15 years, particularly when it comes to alcohol. Consumers are interested in trying something new, and with the soaring sales of craft cider and the ‘ginaissance’, companies are responding to these demands with enthusiasm. Research has shown there has been a big increase in microbreweries, new and expanding wineries and a rise in the number of gin distilleries around the UK - there is certainly someth...

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The Rising Appeal of Fruit Wines

Fruit wines are growing in popularity here in the UK, thanks to discerning drinkers on the look out for something new to try, plus our climate and landscape that creates the optimum conditions for growing a huge variety of fruits.

Popular Fruits for Fruit Wines

Expertly crafted from the bounty of Britain’s orchards, hedgerows and woodlands, there’s much more to fruit wines than you might expect.

Think of a fruit and there will almost certainly be a fruit wine made from it: apricot, birch, black bee...

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The Great English Wine Boom

Britain’s wine industry continues to grow at an astonishing pace, with international recognition for English wines increasing every year. Not only do the latest figures from the UK wine industry show a record-breaking harvest from last year, but sales of English wine doubled both here and abroad, and the UK has more land under vine than ever before.

A very English success story

The last decade has seen the English wine industry transform into a thriving industry led by qualified professionals head...

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The Story of Rum and the High Seas

From its origins on the islands of the Eastern Caribbean to the rise and fall of the Navy’s ‘rum ration’, rum has long had a seafaring connection.

A spirit born on the seas

The association between rum and the sea began in the Caribbean, whose eastern islands were colonised in the 17th century for agricultural purposes. As Europeans developed a sweet tooth, demand for sugar rocketed and sugar-cane plantations spread across the Caribbean, with island governors calling in the support of the Royal Na...

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