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Welsh wine for new year celebrations

More than half of sparkling wine produced in Wales and England will be clinked across the world at midnight.

Cases of home grown bubbles, which make up 66% of the total wine production, are shipped to more than 13 countries.

Sales are predicted to be close to £100m next year, the UK government says, with the number of vineyards growing.

Richard Morris, who owns the Anchor Hill vineyard in Monmouthshire, told BBC Radio Wales the weather in 2014 was "brilliant" for the fruit.

  • 31 Dec 2014
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