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Vineyards & Wineries in Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire Vineyards & Wineries

Buckinghamshire vineyards are known for their location in and around the Chiltern Hills. The vineyard’s chalky soil conditions create a unique taste to their wines. Visitors can learn about the variety of grapes they grow and the unique viticulture within the region.

The vineyards in Buckinghamshire offer family friendly tours and many of them are dog friendly. There are also some special events at the vineyards in Buckinghamshire.

What are some of the best vineyards in Buckinghamshire?

Some of the best Vineyards in Buckinghamshire produce a variety of wines and offer insight into the unique wine culture of the region. Listed below are some of the best vineyards in Buckinghamshire.

  1. Daws Hill Vineyard: This vineyard has an average rating of 4.3 stars and is found in Radnage, High Wycombe. Tours of this vineyard are available for the public from April through to September and booking is required. Daws Hill Vineyard makes sparkling white and sparkling rosé wine and prices start from at least £30 per bottle.
  2. Chafor Wine Estate: The average rating of this vineyard is 4.5 stars and is located in Gawcott, a rural village close to Buckingham. The vineyard is open to the public on selected days throughout the summer months (mostly weekends May through to September) and offers a full programme of guided tours and wine tasting events. Chafor Wine estate also runs corporate events. The wines available at Chafor Wine Estate include Cuvée, Bacchus, Rosé and Elegance and are available to buy through their online shop with prices starting from at least £12.
  3. Harrow and Hope Ltd: The vineyard has an average rating of 5 stars and is located in Marlow. Tours of the vineyard are available to the public. Harrow and Hope produce a range of sparkling white and rosé wines and are available through their online shop with prices starting from at least £180 for a case of 6.
  4. Seer Green Vineyard: This family run vineyard can be found in the village of Seer Green near Beaconsfield. There are no tours available at this vineyard. Seer Green vineyard produces sparkling white and sparkling rosé and is available at the village shop in Jordan, Beaconsfield and the market days in Beaconsfield.  
  5. Hale Valley Vineyard: The vineyard has an average rating of 4 stars and is located in Wendover close to Aylesbury. There are no tours available at this vineyard. Hale Valley Vineyard produces sparkling and still wine available for collection or local delivery with prices starting from at least £12.50 a bottle or £72 for a case of 6. 
  6. Dropmore Vineyard: The vineyard is located near Burnham Beeches. Tours are available at the vineyard by appointment only. Dropmore Vineyard produces sparkling white and rosé wine, as well as still white and rosé wine. These wines are available from the vineyard’s online shop from at least £14 per bottle.

What grapes are grown in Buckinghamshire?

Some of the grapes grown in Buckinghamshire are the same used in traditional Champagne growing regions to make sparkling wine. Some of the grapes grown in Buckinghamshire are listed below.

  1. Pinot Noir
  2. Auxerrios Blanc de Laquenexy
  3. Seyval Blanc
  4. Chardonnay
  5. Pinot Meunier
  6. Findling

What wines are produced in Buckinghamshire?

Buckinghamshire vineyards produce a variety of different wines. Some of the wines produced in Buckinghamshire are listed below.

  1. Still White Wine
  2. Sparkling White Wine
  3. Rosé Wine
  4. Sparkling Rosé Wine

Which vineyards in Buckinghamshire produce organic wines?

Organic wines are available from some of the vineyards in Buckinghamshire. Some of the vineyards in Buckinghamshire that produce organic wines are listed below.

  1. Harrow and Hope

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

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

  1. Chafor Wine Estate.
  2. Daws Hill Vineyard.
  3. Harrow and Hope

Are there any dog friendly vineyards in Buckinghamshire?

Yes, there are a number of dog friendly vineyards in Buckinghamshire. The list below shows some of the vineyards in Buckinghamshire where visitors can take their dogs. 

  1. Harrow and Hope
  2. Chafor Wine Estate
  3. Daws Hill Vineyard

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

Some vineyards in Buckinghamshire are accessible to those with disabilities  Some of the vineyards in Buckinghamshire that have disabled access are listed below.

  1. Chafor Wine Estate
  2. Harrow and Hope

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

Lloyd’s Wines and The Chafor Wine Estate are among the best wineries for tasting wine in Buckinghamshire. 

Lloyd’s Wines specialise in a range of exciting, rare and wonderful wines, sourced from the best small producers in the UK, Europe and further afield. Visitors will find low-yield wines that are underpriced for their quality that can often not be found in larger retailers. The wine tasting experience costs at least £42 per person.

Chafor Wine Estate is a small and friendly, family-run boutique wine estate set in 23 acres of Buckinghamshire countryside. The winery and hand-built tasting room at Chafor are complemented by a self-guided nature trail and lake-side area, making it ideal for picnics and family days out. The wine tasting tours at Chafor start from at least £16 per person.

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

Sparkling wine is available in many of the wineries in Buckinghamshire. Some of the best vineyards in Buckinghamshire for sparkling wine are listed below.

  1. The Chafor Wine Estate
  2. Harrow and Hope
  3. Daws Hill Vineyard
  4. Dropmore Vineyard

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

There are a number of special events hosted by the vineyards in Buckinghamshire. Some of the special events hosted at the Buckinghamshire vineyards and their description are listed below.

  1. Summer Open Days at The Chafor Wine Estate: Summer open days are held on weekends throughout the summer. They are free to enter and families are welcome. As well as wine tasting they have live music, a licensed bar, food stalls, free bouncy castle and an ice cream van.
  2. Champagne Blind Tasting at Daws Hill Vineyard: Apart from their usual vineyard tours, the vineyard also runs blind tasting of various sparkling wines from around the world. Champagne blind testing is best suited for adults.

Are there any Vineyards in Buckinghamshire that are available for venue hire? 

Yes, there are some vineyards in Buckinghamshire that are available for venue hire. The Chafor Wine Estate is available for hire and provides marquees and a licensed bar for weddings, private events and corporate events. 

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

There are many tours available at the vineyards in Buckinghamshire. Some of the best wine tours in Buckinghamshire are listed below.

  1. The Chafor Wine Estate Tour: The tours at Chafor Wine Estate are open to the public and last at least 90 minutes. The tours are available throughout the summer and advanced booking is required. The tour prices cost at least £16 per person.
  2. Daws Hill Vineyard Tour: Private group tours at Daws Hill Vineyard are available to book through the vineyard’s website and are held from April through to September. The tours require a minimum of 6 people and start from at least £20 per person.
  3. Tours at Harrow and Hope Ltd.: The tours at Harrow and Hope start in May and run until September. The tours are available to the public on alternate Wednesdays at 14:00 and 19:00, Saturday at 10:00 and one Saturday at 14:00 in the month. The tours start in May and run until September. The tours at Harrow and Hope must be booked in advance and they are limited to a maximum of 12 people. Individual tour tickets are priced from at least £20.
  4. Private tour at Dropmore Vineyard: The private tours at Dropmore Vineyard are strictly by appointment only. The tours are available to book through the vineyard’s website during the peak summer months. The tours at Dropmore vineyard give visitors the opportunity to try and buy their award winning wines.

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

The best times to visit Buckinghamshire vineyards are during the summer months, between May and September.

Are there any vineyard stays in Buckinghamshire?

No, there are no vineyard stays in Buckinghamshire.

Do the vineyards in Buckinghamshire have restaurants? 

Yes, there are restaurants at some of the vineyards in Buckinghamshire. The Chafor Wine Estate has food stalls open during their open days. The Chafor Wine Estate also organises Pizza/Paella pop up events using their authentic wood fired pizza oven.

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