You don’t have to go abroad to visit an established vineyard producing quality wine - you can tantalise your taste buds right here in the UK. Nestled in the stunning English countryside and dotted all around the country, we’ve picked out the best of the best for you to enjoy.

10 of the Best Vineyards to Visit in the UK

Three Choirs, Gloucestershire

https://www.three-choirs-vineyards.co.uk/

Situated just south of the Malvern Hills, Three Choirs was established in 1973 and has been growing ever since, they are now the largest producer in the region. They grow 30 different varieties of grape from Bacchus and Sevyal to the lesser-known Phoenix and Regent and each blend is as delicious as the next. Uncover the secrets behind their winery and enjoy tasting some of their finest wine samples. Make a weekend of it and stay in one of their relaxing lodges overlooking the beautiful vineyard for a peaceful getaway to the countryside.

Camel Valley, Cornwall

https://www.camelvalley.com 

Head to Cornwall and experience a family-run success. The Lindo families wine business has flourished since it was founded in 1989. They have won multiple awards and their wine is sold at Rick Stein’s, they supply Waitrose nationally and even export to Japan. Take a grand tour guided by a wine-maker and taste their most famous wine, Cornwall Brut. Marvel in the beauty of the landscape on the terrace glass in hand or if you’re not ready to go home, stay in one of their luxury holiday cottages overnight.

Denbies, Surrey

https://www.denbies.co.uk

With the biggest vineyard in the country, Denbies is not to be missed if you love wine. Chalk soils and a warm and dry climate contribute to the success and consistency of the wide range of wine styles and exceptional quality. Wander through vineyards on the 7-mile public footpath or put your feet up and enjoy the sights from the train. Learn all about the history of Denbies with the cinematic short film at the start of your tour and see all the behind the scenes of the winery before putting your taste buds to the test. 

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