The number of wine-producers registered in the UK has risen sharply

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The number of wine-producers registered in the UK has risen sharply according to research by tax advisory firm UHY Hacker Young. Of the 135 producers registered with HMRC, 46 of those were added over the last twelve months.  Roy Maugham, head of tax, said English wines have enjoyed a genuine renaissance over the last couple of years, and were now being taken seriously on the international stage. He ascribed the jump to the UK government's removal of a minimum R&D investment requirement of £10k before small businesses such as wine producers qualify for tax relief.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-29591393

Stuart Penrose

Marketing Team

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