V is for Vineyard

Viticulture in England is still something of a novelty, but the south-facing slopes of the Camel Valley have produced award-winning wines for more than twenty years. Whenever there is a posh do in the county, corks are popped on bottles of sparkling Cornwall in preference to any champagne; visiting the vineyard you can taste or tour if you wish, the terrace offers a chance to sit on to sit and admire the beautiful landscape in which the grapes seem so happy.

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