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great champagne houses in France are starting to buy up
property in Kent and Sussex. “Champagne house Taittinger
buys Kent apple orchard” (BBC News 10th Dec 2015).
Apparently the south facing chalky hillsides are ideal for
growing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier vines. I
have been mulling over this north bank issue for some
time, and Taittinger can be blamed for finally tipping the
balance and forcing me to formalise my thoughts.
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