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By: Stewart Wilde

Vineyard Vacations - In The Counties of England and Wales

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Travelling through the vineyards of England and Wales? Dive into an experience where you sip fine wines and rest without a care about the drive home.

From hidden gems offering quaint B&Bs to those with chic glamping sites, this guide will introduce you to unique stays right in the heart of wine country.

While it’s not exhaustive, it’s ever-evolving: each year adds fresh vineyards expanding their horizons. And as new terrains are cultivated, expect to taste wines echoing the distinct essence of their English and Welsh regions.

So, let your adventure begin – where the road is lined with vines, and every turn promises a new discovery.

Stewart Wilde, a Sheffielder by birth, practised as an award-winning architect in the North of England and the London area for over 30 years before leaving the profession to concentrate on his interest in wine. Starting out in an off-licence and developing his knowledge through experience and examination he has now become increasingly, and especially, interested in the blossoming English and Welsh wine industry. He has travelled widely in Western Europe, South America and New Zealand and has seen the emergence of ‘at vineyard’ hospitality in all these regions. He now concentrates on passing on that interest through talks, visits and this book. He lives, with his wife Gill, in South-West London. This is his second book on English and Welsh vineyards and their wines. His first book Sparkling Wine was published in 2019.

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