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Marden winery Herbert Hall is victim of theft after 360 bottles stolen

By Natalie Tipping

More than 300 bottles of wine have been stolen from a business in Marden. 

Police have received reports that the Herbert Hall winery was raided between 6.30pm on Tuesday and 9am yesterday. 

The 360 bottles came from the Plain Road winery's 2015 Brut collection, and each bottle is signed with the date the sparkling wine was disgorged - a process where dead yeast cells are removed to make the wine clear. 

Bottles of wine were stolen. Picture @HerbertHallWine on Twitter

Bottles of wine were stolen. Picture: @HerbertHallWine on Twitter

Nicholas Hall, the business' founder, tweeted about the incident to ask anyone who sees it on sale cheap to get in touch with the company.

 Anyone with information that could help police is asked to call 01622 604100 quoting reference YY/36527/17. Alternatively, call Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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