Day Trips with vines, wines & food

Below are some suggestions for such trips. If you have any further ideas, please send them in and they can be included.Note that several ofthe vineyards are open only on specific days or by arrangement.
An increasing number of Britain's vineyards cater for tourists. Denbies Vineyard in Surrey has a restaurant, mini-rail tour, shop and a superb Vaughan Williams music collection all on the same site. Three Choirs has a restaurant, shop winery and a vineyard trail.

Others have shops, but do not have extensive facilities. However, when combined with other local attractions, can form part of a day trip during a holiday in the area.

Several local associations have tour guides that include these features. To print out the leaflets, follow the links.

  • South Eastern Vineyards Association
  • Welsh vineyards Association
  • Vineyards to visit in the North and Midlands
  • Vineyard involved
  • Bodenham Vineyard
  • Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire
  • Camel Valley
  • Dedham Vale
  • Denbies and Painshill Gardens
  • Biddenden, Chapel Down and Sandhurst
  • Helmsley Walled Garden
  • Mumfords
  • Penarth Estate
  • Three Choirs Vineyard
  • Welland Valley
  • Wroxeter Roman Vineyard
  • Yearlstone
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