News — Wine Diary
The famous champagne house - 'Tattinger'- have bought land in the South East of England in Kent and planted their own vineyard with the classic champagne and sparkling wine grape varieties. In doing so they came across a unique find in the new English vineyard, an ancient fossil.
The new vineyard is called 'Domaine Evremond' which takes its name from Charles de Saint-Evremond (1614-1703). He was a Frenchman and the first true ambassador for Champagne. He helped to fuel Champagne’s popularity in England at the court of Charles II.
Bob Lindo CEO - Camel Valley Hi Bob, where did it all start for you, Why did you join the RAF and what lead you to starting Camel Valley? I joined the RAF in 1970 as University Cadet pilot and flew (Chipmunks) with Cambridge University Air Squadron. After University: Cranwell (Jet provosts), Valley (Gnats and Hunters), Brawdy (Hunters). During the next 16 years I was based in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Saudi Arabia (Strikemasters). You have flown many different fighter planes and you have also been a display Pilot flying Vintage Pair and Vulcan Pilot aircraft. What is it like flying these older planes? I've flown Jet...
An interview with the Master Chef winner Steven Edwards. Steven is the chef for the English sparkling wine brand Nyetimber and he often pairs his recipes to their wines. After experiencing some his delicious cooking at an event held by Nyetimber we wanted to find out more about this award winning chef.
In this English wine interview Stephen Skelton MW tells us all about his love of wines and his thoughts of where the English wine industry must go to flourish and be profitable for the future.