Brancott Estate Wines, a Pernod Ricard brand, launched what it is calling a "micro-vineyard" in the city of London that boasts 50 separate vines.
While the first vineyard installation from Brancott Estate Wines appeared at King's Cross for a short period of time, the micro-vineyard will also be set up at various train stations throughout the summer, offering commuters something unexpected on their journeys, as well as the chance to sample a glass of wine. Within the micro-vineyard, there are also a few selfie spots where visitors are encouraged to stop, take a picture and share their experience.
Brancott Estate Wines stands apart as the first to plant Sauvignon Blanc in Marlborough in 1973 and with this new activation, it aims to share its innovative spirit through a novel experience.
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