Ramblings of a Curiosity Seeker
"There are (French) Champagne producers who have bought land in Sussex and Kent," in southern England, he told the newspaper El Periodico.
Hehe - it's excellent soil in the south of England. Cretaceous clay and chalk. I can't remember what the underlying rock in Champagne itself is like, but I shouldn't think it's that dissimilar. We've actually had chardonnay for a few years too.Personally, I prefer the Palaeozoic rocks - good for nothing but beer!
actually beat Italy in fizzy wine stakes and as you know us brits invented Champagne plus any other drink really
And Marsala and Sherry
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