Kent, United Kingdom

The Kent region of the United Kingdom is a growing wine region that produces a range of high-quality still and sparkling wines.

Regional History & Terroir: The Kent region has a relatively recent history of winemaking, with commercial production beginning in the 1950s. The region has a temperate maritime climate, with cool summers and mild winters. The terroir is characterized by a variety of soils, including chalk, clay, and sandstone, which provide excellent drainage for grape cultivation.

Typical Grape Varietals: The region is known for growing classic grape varietals such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier for sparkling wine, as well as Bacchus, Ortega, and Chardonnay for still wine.

Regional Wine Styles: The Kent region produces a range of high-quality still and sparkling wines. Sparkling wines are particularly popular, with many producers using the traditional method of fermentation in the bottle to create wines with fine bubbles and complex flavors. The cool climate of the region is well-suited to the production of crisp, acidic white wines, and some red wines are also produced using Pinot Noir and other grape varietals

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