Harvest at an English vineyard
The late spring and warm summer of 2013 has led to a late English wine harvest. A week into November, grapes are still being picked from some vines - as growers wait for fruit sugar levels to rise.
But as Bruce Tindale from High Clandon Vineyard in the Surrey hills explains, when to harvest is a gamble - with crops under threat of damage from bad autumnal weather, and of being eaten by hungry birds or deer.Continue reading the main story
All images subject to copyright. Photography and slideshow production by Ralph Hodgson. Publication date 8 November 2013.
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