Andrew Cunningham

Admit it, English wine isn’t worth it

Some of it is perfectly good. But not at that price

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The Queen at the Chapel Down vineyard (Getty Images)

Sales of English wine are booming, soaring by nearly 70 per cent over the least two years, at least according to the industry body. There are now shelves devoted to English wine in just about every large supermarket.  

I even tried a red wine by a local producer, who had better remain nameless.

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Andrew Cunningham

Dr Andrew Cunningham is a former GCSE examiner and has taught English at Bradfield College, Charterhouse, Radley College and North London Collegiate School.

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