After a record year for English wine in 2015 the government is backing plans to boost exports tenfold. That will benefit dozens of vineyards across the Anglia region.
It's thought wine exports could shoot up from a quarter of a million bottles a year to two and a half million by 2020.
New Lodge Vineyard in Earls Barton makes about 2,000 bottles of wine a year.
Joyce Boulos-Hanna says English wine is suddenly getting noticed and coming to the forefront.
Over the next four years a 10-fold increase in wine exports is being predicted.
That'll boost their value from £3.2 million pounds - to more than £30 million.
There are also plans to plant more vineyards and use new data to find the best land for growing grapes.
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