Great Britain Wineries
Boze Down Vineyards
Boze Down has one red blend wine, a Schonburger, and a few mixes
that are quite interesting. They even have a Sparlkling Brut.
Brecon Court Vineyards
This Welsh vineyard has 8 acres of vines, both red and white.
They also have a large deer park.
Cariad Wines / Llanerch Vineyard
Located in Wales, this winery is made up of the following grapes:
Huxelrebe, Reichensteiner, Kernling, Bacchus, Seyval Blanc, and
Carr Taylor Vineyards
Set up in 1971, this is a relatively old vineyard for England.
It creates Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and sparkling wines, amongst
Denbies Wine Estate
Denbies is a working winery and Visitor Centre and offers a tour
and tasting that last 45 minutes. The tour includes two fascinating
films, a trip on the train 'people mover' that takes visitors
through the working winery and a wine-tasting (3 wines).
Planted in 1979 in southeast England, this winery produces wines
that are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. They put out a
dry white, a medium-dry white, and a rose wine.
Lurgashall Winery creates a range of English Country Wines, Meads
and Liqueurs. Hand-made using natural ingredients from the countryside
and traditional fermentation methods.
Sedlescombe Organic Wines
This vineyard grows gewurztraminer, reichesteiner, kerner, and
ortega grapes. It makes them into white wines, and also creates
Titchfield Vineyards has planted Bacchus, Seyval Blanc, Reichensteiner,
Faber ,Pinot Noir, Madeliene Angevine, Rondo, Auxerrois, and
Wickham Vineyards is Hampshire's leading winery. You can taste
the award winning wines, including one specially made for the
House of Commons. Guided tours illustrate the history of wine
in England and the process of wine making from the grape to the