Cornwall's shelves could be filled with the finest vintage wine, thanks to some good sunshine over the summer.
A vineyard in Nanstallon, a tiny hamlet on the edge of Bodmin, has reported one of its best harvests yet, with a bit of rain and plenty of sunshine swelling its grapes.
Growers at Camel Valley says it's in fact been so good, their pickers started harvesting three weeks earlier than usual.
Bob Lindo, who won a lifetime achievement award this year at the International Wine Challenge, has been growing grapes since 1989.
He says this year's crop is set to be his best yet, in the 29 years.
Winemaking in England is being taken seriously, according to one picker.
Delphine Prevost who is originally from Normandy in France and is studying for a Masters in wine says her friends and family laughed when she initially told them she was going to work in a British vineyard, but that has changed.