The island of Lindisfarne, off the coast of Northumberland, is noted for the production of which fortified wine?
Lindisfarne Mead is produced exclusively on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, situated off the Northumbrian Coast. This island is the "Cradle of Christianity" in England, for in the year 634 A.D., Oswald, King of Northumberland, brought St. Aidan from the island of Iona to establish a monastery here. Situated in the centre of the village, just off the village green. The Winery Showroom which has been open to the public since 1968 attracts over 200,000 visitors per annum from all over the world. The Priory is now in ruins yet much of the original beautiful Norman arches and pillars are preserved, and the Brew House, which was used by the monks can still be seen. Lindisfarne Mead is a unique alcoholic fortified wine manufactured here on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.