London to produce its first organic wine since the middle ages
Mar 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Guardian
In a vineyard in Enfield, 50 volunteers are tending 7,000 vines with the aim of providing white and sparkling wines to the capital's high-end restaurants Louise Ely and other volunteers prune the vines at the Forty Hall community vineyard in Enfield, London.
Since: Jan 13
#1 Mar 8, 2013
I'll drink to that.
A harsh yet bustling little number with undertones of..
Add your comments below
|Napa quake seen as 'reality check' to Bay Area ...||Aug 28||Natural Disasters...||1|
|5 things to know about earthquake faults||Aug 28||Earl Keel||1|
|Ontario Winery Profile: Strewn Winery||Aug 27||Wine||1|
|Napa earthquake hastens calls for warning system||Aug 26||Junior||1|
|'Duck Dynasty' wine: Will Bible Belt fans approve? (Nov '13)||Aug 24||Lola||293|
|Russia considers state monopoly on wine production||Aug 20||Avenger||1|
|Vallejo brings Wine Country to the waterfront||Aug 17||Jose||1|
Find what you want!
Search Wine Forum Now