Farming Today

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The latest news about food, farming and the countryside

Charlotte Smith concludes Farming Today's week looking at the UK wine industry with a visit to Ridgeview Wine Estate in East Sussex. This year's harvest has been quite challenging because of the wet weather. Sister and brother team Tamara and Simon Roberts show Charlotte round the winery, cellar and tasting room and explain how the bubbles are produced in their English sparkling wine. Produced by Beatrice Fenton

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