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Castle Coch in Cardiff

When vineyards first became part of the rural landscape of the British Isles is not known. It is often claimed that the Romans planted vineyards, but real evidence is hard to find. In all probability vines were planted but whether they were successful is another matter. No winemaking equipment, such as the stone treading and pressing troughs found in the other parts of their empir...

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