You can find on this page the United Kingdom (UK) wine map to print and to download in PDF. The United Kingdom (UK) wine regions map presents the vineyards and wine growing areas of United Kingdom (UK) in Europe.
The United Kingdom (UK) wine map shows all wine growing areas of United Kingdom (UK). This wine regions map of United Kingdom (UK) will allow you to easily localize all appellations and main grape varieties in United Kingdom (UK) in Europe. The United Kingdom (UK) vineyards map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Sussex, as its mentioned in the United Kingdom (UK) wine map is located in the southeastern corner on United Kingdom (UK), is the sunniest among all the regions of the British Isles. The region experiences very less rain. Next to Sussex in the East is Kent. It is across the English Channel from Calais. The iconic and famous White Cliffs of Dover form the coastline of Kent. Surrey chalky soils are made up of the remains of ancient marine fossils. It is the site where second Champagne house has invested. Pommery and Hattingley Valley have come to a partnership.
Hampshire region is on the west of Sussex. Hampshire is known for its seaside resorts. It is also the home for the United Kingdom (UK) first modern commercial vineyard. East Anglia – The counties of Norfolk and Suffolk situated in the North and East of London together make up East Anglia as you can see in the United Kingdom (UK) wine map. The soils are thick with the high amount of clay. South West United Kingdom (UK)– This region is comparatively small in vine farming, but the wines are quite delicious. Some of the varieties to see here include Pinot Noir, Sevyal Blanc and Reichenstiener.
About 4,000 acres (1,600 ha) of southern United Kingdom (UK) and Wales best-exposed land (sheltered, south-facing slopes) are planted with vines, which would be a complete waste of time at these latitudes were it not for the moderating influence of the Gulf Stream. The greatest concentration of vineyards is in Kent, East and West Sussex and Surrey as its shown in the United Kingdom (UK) wine map.