General Sir Guy Salisbury Jones has been producing wine from his own vineyards at Hambledon Hampshire since 1951. The
General Sir Guy Salisbury Jones has been producing wine from his own vineyards at Hambledon Hampshire since 1951. The greatest pests he has had to combat have been birds - this year the General has overcome the problem by covering the grape vines with netting, and the result is a bumper harvest which should result in about 4,000 bottles of Hambledon wine. Sir Guy Salisbury Jones in the vineyards. October 1969 Z10407-002
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