Open to the Public
Red White Sparkling White Sparkling Rosé Winery Shop Disabled Access
Established in 1985, Leventhorpe re-introduced commercial wine-growing to Yorkshire. The five acre vineyard is situated within Leeds City boundary.
Leventhorpe’s success is due to the excellent site which endows its wines with their unique character. The low altitude, protected south-facing slope with good drainage, warm soils and low rainfall, plus the benefits of a river valley situation, make it a favourable site for winegrowing. All the wines produced at Leventhorpe are made in the vineyard in which they are grown. The purpose built winery enables control of the wine-making process, thus preserving the wines’ unique character and identity.
White: Madeleine Angevine, Seyval Blanc plus various experimentals.
Red: Triomphe, Regent and Pinot Noir.
Wine Styles Produced:
Still dry white
Still dry red
The wines have gained recognition over the years’ and a reputation for quality.
Leventhorpe welcomes visitors to the vineyard. It is open most days. Monday to Saturday 11am to 4pm. Sunday noon to 4pm. If travelling a distance please telephone before your journey.
Take Junction 46 from the M1. Follow signs to Leeds. At next roundabout (Sainsbury’s Retail Park) turn left. At mini roundabout take 2nd exit A642 Wakefield leading on to Bullerthorpe Lane.
Road crosses over motorway and passes Gamblethorpe Farm on left. Take first turning right (vineyard on corner) – signposted Newsam Green. Turn immediately left by the Lodge House on to Newsam Green Road. Winery on the left hand side near end of road.
Directly from the vineyard, selected stockists and mail order. Please contact for details.