THE UK is becoming a world-leader when it comes to wine – and a small English town has one of the best vineyards in the country.
Dubbed the "jewel of the weald," the town of Tenterden in Kent is just a short drive from Chapel Down.
The vineyard has won awards for it's sparkling wine, and is England's largest wine producer.
And their sparkling rose wine has even been given royal approval, even being served at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding.
But Tenterden has more to it than just amazing wines, dating back to 791 AD and now home to just over 8,000 locals.
The town is known for it's quaint streets, with huge Georgian buildings and Victorian houses.
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Tourists often flock to the town for it's independent sellers, with interiors, antiques and clothing stores, along with bakeries and cafes lining the streets.
Visit on a Friday for the local market with fresh food and drink as well as gifts.
One of the most popular spots in town is the Old Dairy Taproom, with some saying it's the "best brewery tour" they've ever been on.
Along with local beers, they also have food trucks at the weekend as well as live music nights.
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