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ENGLISH WINE SOMERSET VINEYARDS 1980S UK (36 images)

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Wine in England, English vineyards Somerset. It is said that Julius Caesar brought the vine to England. It is more certain that by the time of the Norman Conquest, vines were grown, and wine made, in a substantial number of monastic institutions in England, especially, southern England. At the time of the compilation of the Domesday Survey in the late eleventh century, vineyards were recorded in 46 places in southern England, from East Anglia through to modern-day Somerset.
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