If you wander through Marks Hall near Coggeshall in Essex and look up in the trees you will notice mistletoe growing. Now that there leaves have fallen the mistletoe is easy to spot hanging like chandeliers. The berries are sticky and stick to the branches when birds wipe their beaks as curator Jonathan Jukes explained to Ken Crowther.
Based in the warmest area in England, the West Street Vineyard in Coggeshall is famous for its English grapes. The dry East Anglian climate is also an advantage, they grow as much as they possibly can, producing grapes for all sorts of vineyards across England, as Jane Mohan told Ken Crowther.