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UK's best cider festivals

UK’s best cider festivals

The UK consumes more cider than any other nation on the planet, so it’s no wonder our 500 or so cider producers have something to celebrate. Now that the Beast from the East has turned tail and Spring is well and truly upon us, it’s time to look forward to some of the UK’s best cider festivals. It comes as a shock to no one that many of these take place in the South West, but here’s our round-up of some to check out further afield as well. 

Falmouth Folk & Cider Fayre

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How to become a wine expert for Valentine's Day

Become a wine expert for Valentine’s Day

In his 2008 book Outliers Malcolm Gladwell wrote that the key to achieving world-class expertise in any skill is pretty much down to practising for about 10,000 hours.

It’s a big commitment, which probably explains why most of us aren’t experts in anything. But never fear - if you want to become a wine expert in time for Valentine’s Day we’ve got some top tips for how to bring out your inner sommelier.

Spot the best

Did you know it’s possible to identify a go...

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Pressed to impress

Ahhhh, Valentine’s Day. For some, yet another chance to make a wonderful, romantic, hearts-and-flowers fuss over the love of their life; for others, an awkward occasion marked with supermarket roses and a hastily scribbled card.

We make award-winning tipples here at Lyme Bay Winery, so you won’t be surprised to hear that we have a huge range of drinks that have been pressed to impress and are perfect for dazzling your significant other this Valentine’s Day.

If you got into trouble last year for a ...

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Dry drinks for dry January

What does ‘dry January’ mean to you? With Storm Eleanor whipping across the country, this January has been anything but dry so far. But perhaps you are one of those self-controlled types who has pledged to abstain from alcohol for the month to give your body a bit of a rest after the season of festive indulgences.

Here at Lyme Bay Winery we think life is too short – and January a bit too grim – to tackle the dark and chilly first month of the year without at least a few sips of your favourite tip...

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How to start a wine club

How to start a wine club

Book groups, knitting circles and invite-only secret supper clubs have been popping up all over Britain’s villages, cul-de-sacs and hipsterish enclaves for years now. Informal gatherings such as these are relatively easy to organise and are a great way to get together with friends old and new on a regular basis.

But what if these kinds of activities are not quite your cup of tea? In fact, what if your cup of tea is more like a glass of wine? Have you ever thought about how...

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Reasons to be cheerful

2017: a year of ups and downs, like any other. We started with Donald Trump’s inauguration as 45th President of the United States in January – yes, we know it feels like he’s been doing what he’s doing for much longer than that – and ended on a much jollier note with the announcement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement.

String of successes

But it’s not just Republicans and Royalists who’ve had reasons to be cheerful this year. We’ve had plenty of cause to celebrate here at Lyme Bay Win...

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