I agree there will be challenges ahead. But I am also confident they can be overcome. The UK wine business has spent the last 20 years investing in the training of a new generation of viticulturists and winemakers. We must now focus more on the sales and marketing part of the business.with quality quality quality being the absolute core of production coupled with the huge rise in planting do you see a need soon for some
hard decisions in HA's grown and grubbing , while yields may be looking good for 2020 there are big supplies from previous years around and covid /economics in the next few years will make sales probably more challenging
Hi Yes indeed -We supplied the system at East Malling. We'll be interested in talking with you about this at some point.
Going back to @Matt Strugnell 's discussion on temperature and the need to consider field heaters. Has there been much thought to growing the vine under tunnels? If the temp rise required is only some 4C, most Polly tunnels can deliver that with out the need to use a field heater. There may be further benefits of being under tunnel coming into a cool September harvest.