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Bookers Vineyard, established in 1973 and one of the oldest in modern England, this week opened its new winery. The firm has spent a £62,000 Processing and Marketing grant on state-of-the-art facilities such as fermentation tanks, stainless steel wine vats and bottling equipment, to improve the quality of its wine. The money came from both the EU and the UK government.

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"Margaret Beckett, secretary of state for the environment and who came down to lead the winery's opening ceremony, said she believed in the “solid economic future” of English wine. “English wines are now taking more accolades at international competitions than ever before, and this is against competition from some of the best producers in the world,” she said.

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