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Duchess of Cornwall enjoys Hampshire wine-tasting

The Duchess of Cornwall has taken part in a wine-tasting during a visit to a new vineyard in Hampshire.

The duchess, who is president of the United Kingdoms Vineyards Association, visited Hambledon Vineyard where she was met by owner and managing director Ian Kellett.

She toured the winery before attending a reception where she unveiled a plaque to celebrate the facility opening.

The duchess's father Major Bruce Shand was a vintner and her grandfather Philip Morton Shand wrote a book on wine-making.

She earlier visited the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens at Ampfield near Romsey, which is celebrating its 60th year, where she met schoolchildren and officially opened a refurbished and extended centenary border.

  • 09 Jul 2013
  • From the section England
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