England probably has a 2000-year history of making wine, but the trouble is that it’s an inglorious one – until now.
We wouldn’t have to go back much more than 20 years to find the first flash of brilliance which would transform a woebegone, unconfident and, frankly, unnecessary English wine world into the thrilling place that it is now – so full of potential that wine expert Oz Clarke sometimes calls England ‘The Newest New World Wine Nation’.
Duration: 1 hour
‘It’s wonderful. A blend of wine and love filtered through Betjeman and Larkin.’ Joe Fattorini