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Climate resilience in the UK wine sector — CREWS-UK

Vinescapes are thrilled to be involved with a new research venture, studying future climate change projections and impacts on UK wine production, CREWS-UK. As cool climate viticulture expands [...]

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BBC Radio 4 Farming Today – Dr Nesbitt

Dr Alistair Nesbitt was interviewed by the BBC for its flagship farming programme (Farming Today – 9th November 2018) regarding his research into suitable areas in England and Wales to grow [...]

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The growing English wine sector

The number of new English & Welsh vineyards and their size continues to rise rapidly. By 2017 England & Wales had over 500 vineyards and an estimated 2,500 hectares under vine, the [...]

A boutique Berkshire winery

Good winery design is critical to high quality wine production, returns on investments, and your wine production story. Our extensive understanding of wine production technology and processes, [...]

Moorbridge vineyard

Vinescapes is at the forefront of viticulture suitability analysis in the UK. Our site assessments and recommendations drive the critical decision making process of whether and what to plant. We [...]

Site evaluation

Vinescapes routinely use ultra high resolution (1 x 1 m) satellite or airborne derived terrain data to map and model potential vineyard sites. Using state-of-the-art geographic information [...]

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Publication: Climate Change & UK Viticulture

Impact of recent climate change and weather variability on the viability of UK viticulture – combining weather and climate records with producers ’ perspectives. Extensive research conducted by [...]

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Publication: Winery Energy

Vinescapes’ Dr Alistair Nesbitt and associate Dr Mervyn Smyth from Ulster University have published the first review into energy use in English wineries. This review: ‘Energy and [...]