British wine has enjoyed a surge in foreign sales after home-grown wine was served at the royal wedding, right, a currency broker said.
Foreign transactions for UK vineyards including Camel Valley in Cornwall have risen 37 per cent, Currency UK said. Camel Valley said: "We've had buyers from Japan and Hong Kong visit us as if we were in the same neighbourhood.
Alex Coates, Currency UK's operations manager, said: "We are also seeing more inquiries from UK vineyards which are looking for the best routes to the export market."Reuse content