This beautiful country of ours has many tricks up her sleeve. Nowhere more so than here in Gloucestershire, as the largest and oldest vineyard, where she is both the England you know and the England you’ve yet to discover.
A vintage that begins in the 70s
The first vines were planted in 1973, just a small area of 1/2 an acre to see how the vines would grow and as you can see it was a success as we now have 75 acres!
Took my other half here in February for his birthday. We stayed in one of the lodges, which was so peaceful, lovely room and bathroom. We did the wine tour too, which was great! Super restaurant too, enjoyed a delicious meal. Could not fault a thing, thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will return! Thank you to all the helpful and friendly staff for making our stay a most enjoyable and relaxing one. ?
We stayed for the weekend and we loved it! What a perfect place to get away from London. It is remote and quiet. The accommodation is literally in the vineyard. There is a restaurant which offers great, fresh, locally produced food, it is very tasty! We, of course, tasted the ? and we loved it. Maybe we were a little tipsy by the end of the weekend ?. I highly recommend.