www.mvp-wines.com was a website selling wine. The website was for a fine wine importer who was achieving good quality in their wine selections. The website sourced wines from vineyards who were little known outside of their own regions. The wines that they imported and sold were never industrially produced. They supplied ready to drink wine and also bottles that were good to cellar allowing ageing for future drinking.
The Peak District is not a region that is known for it’s wine – in fact there are a few vineyards dotted around the countryside and these are small local family run affairs. While sunshine and clement weather may be in short supply, the Peak District does have some stunning scenery and a great many challenging and varied Peak District walks all of which are free to the general public and can be enjoyed in any weathers.
Walks can take in the Holmfirth vineyard or Renishaw Hall and walkers can sample a variety of locally produced wines as part of guided tours, or by simply turning up and visiting their shops. So although the Peak District may not be everyones idea of a suitable wine growing region, there are in fact, vineyards producing fine english wines for everyones tastes. Keen wine buffs may wish to combine a walk from: http://www.walksaboutthepeakdistrict.co.uk/ with a guided tour, bed and breakfast or other visit.