All our vineyards are situated in the most alluring and desirable wine regions and they produce high quality wine that reflects their place of origin by passionate and caring winemakers.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a novice or a wine buff, visiting your vineyard is always a memorable experience. You will be made most welcome and will be able to gain an insight into how the wines are made and why they taste as they do. A tasting or two is almost obligatory! Often there may be the opportunity to taste the young wines in vat or barrique.
It’s vital that you book your visit to ensure that someone is available to welcome you, and if you are picking up wine, it is ready for collection. We’re happy to arrange your visit for you – we have up-to-date details of your winemaker’s holiday dates and any recent changes to his visiting times, so we can check that your proposed date is possible. It’s all part of the service, so let us do the work!
- Visits on Sundays and at lunchtimes (1200–1400) are generally not possible.
- During the harvest (usually 2 weeks at the end of September/beginning of October) the family will be particularly busy and may not have time to show you round or give you a tasting.
To avoid disappointment, please book your vineyard visit before making your travel arrangements.