Wakefield Cathedral has launched a trio of wines for the masses. The holy building, which has been celebrating communion with wine for more than a thousand years, has now turned its hand to selling it.
The cathedral has launched its house red, rose and white in association with drinks wholesaler Clark’s of Westgate.
Money raised from the wine initiative will help raise funds for a building project to renovate and refurbish the east end of the cathedral.
The Sub Dean, Canon Michael Rawson, said when people raised a glass of wine they would also be supporting the cathedral.
The wine can be bought at Treacy Hall, next to the cathedral. It costs £7.99 a bottle or three for £20.