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Vineyards & Wineries in Worcestershire

Worcestershire Vineyards & Wineries

The vineyards in Worcestershire are planted in the backdrop of the Malvern Hills and Severn Valley. The vineyards in Worcestershire make up some of England’s most Northerly vineyards and they are known for their award winning wines.

The majority of the vineyards in Worcestershire produce sparkling wine as well as a variety of still wines. Many of the vineyard’s in Worcestershire are open for tours and tastings and visitors can find places to stay and eat. 

What are some of the best vineyards in Worcestershire?

Some of the best vineyards in Worcestershire have award winning wines which are available at their online shops. Some of the best vineyards in Worcestershire are listed below.

  1. Astley Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Stourport-on-Severn with an average rating of 5 stars. Astley vineyard is open from Thursdays through to Sundays from 10:30 am to 4 pm. Astley vineyard produces sparkling white wine, and still white wines. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £13 a bottle.
  2. Sixteen Ridges Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Worcestershire, with an average rating of 5 stars. Sixteen Ridges vineyard is open from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Sixteen Ridges vineyard produces sparkling white wine, sparkling rosé wine, as well as still white wine, still rosé wine, and still red wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £90.50 for a case of 6.
  3. Hanley Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Tenbury Wells. Hanley vineyard is open on Thursdays through to Saturdays from 10:30 am to 4 pm. Hanley vineyard produces white wine.

What grapes are grown in Worcestershire?

There are many grape varieties grown in Worcestershire. Some of the grapes grown in Worcestershire are listed below. 

  1. Chardonnay
  2. Solaris
  3. Pinot Noir
  4. Cabernet Cortis
  5. Divico
  6. Bacchus
  7. Ortega

What wines are produced in Worcestershire? 

There are many different types of wine produced in Worcestershire. Some of the wines produced in Worcestershire are listed below.

  1. Sparkling white wine: Some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  2. Sparkling rosé wine.
  3. Still white wine: Some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  4. Still rosé wine: Some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  5. Still red wine. 

Which vineyards in Worcestershire produce organic wines?

None of the vineyards in Worcestershire produce organic wines.

What are some of the best family friendly vineyards in Worcestershire? 

Families are welcome at some of the vineyards in Worcestershire. Some of the best family friendly vineyards in Worcestershire are listed below.

  1. Astley Vineyard

Are there any dog friendly vineyards in Worcestershire? 

Yes, there are some dog friendly vineyards in Worcestershire. Some of the dog friendly vineyards are listed below.

  1. Astley Vineyard

What are some of the best vineyards in Worcestershire that have disabled accessibility?

There are some vineyards in Worcestershire with disabled access. Some of the best vineyards in Worcestershire that have disabled accessibility are listed below.

  1. Walcot Vineyard
  2. Deer Park Wines

What are some of the best wineries for wine tasting in Worcestershire?

Astley Vineyard and Deer Park Wines are among the best wineries for wine tasting in Worcestershire

At Astley Vineyard visitors may enjoy a sit down guided tasting of 3 of their award winning wines, along with samples of local produce. Wine tasting includes a tour of the vineyard and costs at least £35 per person.

At Deer Park Wines, visitors can enjoy a tour of the vineyard along with a selection of at least 3 of their wines. Wine tasting includes a tour and prices start from at least £25 per person.

What are some of the best wineries in Worcestershire for English Sparkling wine?

Some of the wineries in Worcestershire that produce English sparkling wine. Some of the best wineries in Worcestershire for English sparkling wine are listed below.

  1. The winery at Astley Vineyard
  2. The winery at Walcot Vineyard
  3. The winery at Easing Hill Vineyard
  4. The winery at Deer Park Wines

What are some of the special events that are hosted at the wineries and vineyards in Worcestershire? 

Visitors will find some special events being hosted at the wineries and vineyards in Worcestershire throughout the year. Some of the special events that are hosted at the wineries and vineyards in Worcestershire are listed below.

  1. New Vintage Tasting at Astley Vineyard: Once a year, usually in August, the winery at Astley Vineyard will hold an event for visitors to try the previous year’s vintage. Visitors at the event may try up to 7 of the vineyard’s new wines. This event is best suited for adults.

Are there any vineyards in Worcestershire that are available for venue hire?

Yes, there are some vineyards in Worcestershire that are available for venue hire. Some of the vineyards available for venue hire in Worcestershire are listed below.

  1. The Granary: The Granary has 3 conference rooms of varying sizes. The price of the venue costs at least £40 per delegate with a minimum number of 10 delegates. The Granary also has wedding packages from at least £5,995.

What are some of the best wine tours that are offered in Worcestershire?

Visitors can enjoy wine tours at some of the vineyards in Worcestershire. Some of the best wine tours that are offered in Worcestershire are listed below.

  1. Grape to Glass Vineyard Tour at Deer Park Wines: The public group tour can be booked through their website. Prices of the wine tour start from at least £25 per person.
  2. Vineyard Tour and Wine Tasting at Astley Vineyard: The public tour can be booked through their website. Prices of the wine tour start from at least £35 per person.

What is the best time to visit the vineyards in Worcestershire?

The best time to visit the vineyards in Worcestershire are the summer months between April and September.

Are there any vineyard stays in Worcestershire?

Yes, there are some vineyard stays in Worcestershire. Some of the places visitors can stay at the Worcestershire vineyards are listed below.

  1. The Granary Hotel: There are many rooms available at this hotel. Prices to stay at the hotel costs at least £85 per person when 2 people are sharing.

Do the vineyards in Worcestershire have restaurants?

Yes, there are some vineyards in Worcestershire that have restaurants. The restaurant at the Granary Vineyard serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. The restaurant combines home grown products along with locally produced produce to make delicious meals. Prices for a main meal start from at least £11.

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