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Old 17-08-2011, 02:02 PM
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Smile your own wine

hi there I am tring to promote viniculture for allotments and gardeners in the uk and a drink british wine culture,

British wines are winning some seriouse awards all over the world

a small vinyard is an ideal way not only to learn the art but can be very theraputic, espeacialy for people with time on there hands.

it's so easy once you get going, they are great to grow and not so hard as some would have you think, I started with one and now am up to fifty,

Ten vines planted year one will produce up to 20 bottles year five of your own very drinkable wine white or red dry,medium or sweet, now it sounds like a lot of time but where were you five years ago and hasn't it gone fast?

if you can grow you can grow vines easily
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