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Essex vineyard hosts annual Jazz in the Vines event

PUBLISHED: 11:01 09 August 2018

Angus Crowther picks Pinot Meunier grapes at Tuffon Hall in Sible Hedingham Picture: SU ANDERSON

Angus Crowther picks Pinot Meunier grapes at Tuffon Hall in Sible Hedingham Picture: SU ANDERSON

An award-winning vineyard is set to host its annual get-together.

Pinot Meunier grapes harvested at Tuffon Hall in Sible Hedingham Picture: SU ANDERSONPinot Meunier grapes harvested at Tuffon Hall in Sible Hedingham Picture: SU ANDERSON

Angus and Pod Crowther of Tuffon Hall at Sible Hedingham, near Braintree, will be holding their third annual Jazz in the Vines event on Saturday, August 18, from 3pm to 6pm.

Visitors, who are asked to bring a deckchair or beanbag, will be able to listen to live music and drink its award-winning wine.

Its 2017 Pinot Noir scooped the East Anglian Rose bowl for the best rosé in East Anglia 2018 for the third year in a row, and a gold medal at the East Anglian Vineyard Association (EAVA) Awards 2018.

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