.... Last week, the industry revealed it planned to double production over five years, most of which will be devoted to sparkling. “There’s been so much success with sparkling wine, and people planting vines have been picking up on that story and going down that route,” said Sam Linter, chief winemaker at the Bolney wine estate in Sussex, whose pinot noir, a red grape that can thrive in cooler climes, has won silver
awards in international competitions. ...
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