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04/09/2009

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Isn't British wine an oxymoron? Much like British cuisine?

British wine is made for British cuisine. They match perfectly.

British cuisine is back. Bangers and mash, and shepherds pie can still be had but the best restaurants are rediscovering pre-rationing cooking. English wine, not so much. If climate does warm a bit more though, they should be able to produce outstanding sparkling wine. The chalk downs (and the White Cliffs) are an extension of the underlying stratum found in Champagne and Cognac.

Far be it from me to agree with anything that the EU says...but on this one!

Should we just build a fence around Greater England to keep the stupidity in?

I'd suggest the same for the US but I don't think we can afford that much fence.

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