ESSEX will soon compete with the Champagne region in the world to get the best noise in the world.
Global warming and changing rain samples bless the region with the perfect conditions for growing grapes, scientists say.
Dr Alistair Nesbitt, from the University of East Anglia, says that the vineyards planted now will last for up to fifteen years before they can taste the fine French vintage.
I have no doubt that Towie TV celebrities, such as Lauren Pope and Gemma Collins, will be a cork decoration.
Scientists have found that Suffolk is also the highest place – but Kent and Sussex do not have the right conditions for sparkling champagne.
Nesbitt said, "The best areas – in Essex and Suffolk – are dry, warmer and more stable."
His team dealt with factors, including angle of inclination and soil, to identify 35,000 hectares of wine in the UK.
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There are the Glamorgan Valley, Dorset, Hampshire, Wright Island, Norfolk, Lincolnshire, Devon and Cornwall.
But Essex and Suffolk will be able to grow good grapes Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Meunier for "Champagne".
They will need a new name – sparkling must be from the French region Champagne to bear the name.