U.K. Wine Grapes Helped by Warmer-Than-Average Year

Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The outlook for the grape harvest at Chapel Down winery in southern England has been helped by growing conditions reflecting higher-than-average temperatures across the U.K., according to Guy Tresnan, sales and marketing director. He spoke with Bloomberg's Guy Collins in an interview at the winery on Aug. 15. (Source: Bloomberg)
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