France, Italy, Argentina: all countries that probably come to mind when you think about really great wine. But what about Britain? Until relatively recently, British grapes paled in comparison to those grown in sunnier climes – but that’s not the case any longer. The rise of sustainable methods, youthful experimentation and, dare we say it, a new climate, mean that Britain is no longer the home of a few fine sparklings but a whole roster of dynamic reds, pinks and even oranges. This sumptuous coffee table book, filled with superb original photography, brings together personal interviews with some of the most inspiring people in Britain’s fast-growing, eclectic wine scene – taking you on a tour of the country from Cornish vineyards to Scottish wine bars.