Tillingham is at the cutting edge of the growing English wine industry, which was always the goal of founder Ben Walgate.
Located a few miles back from the English Channel, near the port town of Rye, Ben only planted vines in 2017 - he now has 20 different varieties over 70 acres, some of which are vines but much of which is given over to livestock or fruit orchards.
Low to no sulphur, biodynamic farming, skin-contact winemaking and ageing in clay amphora - this ticks all the lo-fi hipster boxes, and yet we're in deepest conservative, rural England!
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