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Vineyards & Wineries in Hampshire

Hampshire Vineyards & Wineries

Many of the vineyards in Hampshire benefit from good soil conditions similar to those in the Champagne regions. Many of the vines are planted on South facing hills in chalky soil, and benefit from a warm climate. Many of the wineries produce sparkling wine that is available to buy from their online shop. 

Some of the wineries and vineyards in Hampshire welcome families and their dogs. There are also many vineyards with disability access in Hampshire. There are many tours and tastings available for visitors at the vineyards in Hampshire.    

What are some of the best vineyards in Hampshire?

There are many vineyards in Hampshire. Some of the best vineyards in Hampshire are listed below. 

  1. Hambledon Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Waterlooville, with an average rating of 4.9 stars. Hambledon Vineyard is open every day from 9 am to 5 pm. Hambledon vineyard produces sparkling white wines and sparkling rosé wines. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £33 per bottle.
  2. Danebury Vineyards: The vineyard is located in Stockbridge, with an average rating of 5 stars. Danebury vineyard is open on selected days for tours from May to September. Danebury vineyard produces sparkling white wine, and still white wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £11.99 per bottle.
  3. Black Chalk Vineyard and Winery: The vineyard is located in Andover, with an average rating of 4.9 stars. Black Chalk Vineyard is open from Monday to Thursday at 10am to 5pm, Fridays and Saturdays 10am to 7pm and Sundays 10am to 4pm.  Black Chalk vineyard produces sparkling white wine, sparkling rosé wine as well as still rosé wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £19 per bottle.
  4. Hattingley Valley Wines: The vineyard is located in Alresford, with an average rating of 4.7 stars. Hattingley Valley is open from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Hattingley Valley 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 £20 per bottle.
  5. Exton Park: The vineyard is located in Southampton, with an average rating of 5 stars. Exton Park is open from Monday to Friday at 8 am to 5pm. Exton Park vineyard produces sparkling white wines and sparkling rosé wines. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £39 per bottle. 

What grapes are grown in Hampshire?

There are a variety of grapes grown in Hampshire. Some of the grapes grown in Hampshire are listed below.

  1. Chardonnay
  2. Pinot Noir
  3. Pinot Meunier
  4. Auxerrois Blanc
  5. Pinot Gris
  6. Madeleine Angevine
  7. Schönburger  

What wines are produced in Hampshire?

There are many different wines produced in Hampshire. Some of the wines produced in Hampshire are listed below.

  1. Sparkling white wine: Some of the wines are made from organically grown grapes and are suitable for vegans.
  2. Sparkling rosé wine: Some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  3. Still white wine: Some of the wines are made from organically grown grapes.
  4. Still rosé wine.
  5. Still red wine.

Which vineyards in Hampshire produce organic wines?

There are some vineyards in Hampshire that produce organic wines. Some of the vineyards that produce organic wines are listed below. 

  1. Lone Farm Vineyard
  2. Laverstoke Park Vineyard

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

Some of the vineyards in Hampshire are suitable for families. Some of the best family friendly vineyards in Hampshire are listed below. 

  1. Raimes English Sparkling at Grange Farm
  2. The Grange Vineyard
  3. Hambledon Vineyard
  4. Three Choirs Vineyard
  5. Leckford Estate
  6. Cottonworth Vineyard
  7. Jenkyn Place Vineyard

Are there any dog friendly vineyards in Hampshire?

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

  1. Raimes English Sparkling at Grange Farm
  2. Hambledon Vineyard
  3. Three Choirs Vineyard
  4. Cottonworth Vineyard
  5. Trotton Estate
  6. Brook Hill Vineyard

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

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

  1. Raimes English Sparkling at Grange Farm
  2. Three Choirs Vineyard
  3. Leckford Estate
  4. Cottonworth Vineyard
  5. Jenkyn Place Vineyard
  6. Hattingley Valley Wines

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

The wineries at Hambledon Vineyards and Hattingley Valley Wines are among the best for wine tasting in Hampshire. 

At Hambledon Vineyards visitors may try the award winning wine that is produced there. Wine tasting may also be accompanied with local cheeses. The winery also has at least 110 still wines and 30 sparkling wines to try. Wine tasting at Hambledon vineyards costs at least £20 per person.

Visitors at Hattingley Valley Wines may try a range of their award winning wines. The tasting sessions are informative and the servings are generous. Wine tasting includes a tour of the vineyard and facilities and costs at least £20.

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

There are some excellent wineries in Hampshire that produce English sparkling wine. Some of the best wineries in Hampshire for English sparkling wine are listed below. 

  1. The winery at Black Chalk Wine
  2. The winery at Grange Estate Wines
  3. The winery at Hattingley Valley Wines
  4. Jenkyn Place Vineyard
  5. Raimes English Sparkling

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

Some of the vineyards in Hampshire host special events throughout the year. Some of the special events hosted at the wineries and vineyards are listed below.

  1. Vineyards of Hampshire Fizz Fest: The wine festival is hosted by a number of different vineyards throughout the summer months of July and August. The vineyards that host this event include Louis Pommery England, Black Chalk, Cottonworth, Danebury Vineyards, Exton Park, The Grange, Hambledon, Hattingley Valley and Raimes.

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

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

  1. Black Chalk Vineyard: The vineyard has 2 indoor and 2 outdoor spaces available for venue hire. The indoor venue at the vineyard has a maximum capacity of 30 people sitting at tables. Prices for venue hire are made available on request.
  2. Hattingley Valley Vineyard: The vineyard has a meeting room available for hire for corporate events. Enquiries for venue hire prices can be made through the vineyard’s website.

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

There are many wine tours available in Hampshire. Some of the best wine tours in Hampshire are listed below.

  1. Winery Tour and Tasting at Hattingley Valley Wines: The group tours are available all year round from Friday to Sunday. The tour costs at least £320 per person and booking is required.
  2. Vineyard and Winery Tour and Tasting at Hambledon Vineyard: The group tour is available to book from April to September. Prices for the tour cost at least £25 per person.
  3. Vineyard Tour and Tasting at Black Chalk Wine: The group tour can be booked all year round from Thursday to Sunday at 11am. Prices for the tour cost at least £22 per person. 

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

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

Are there any vineyard stays in Hampshire? 

Yes, there are some vineyard stays in Hampshire. Some of the vineyard stays in Hampshire are listed below.

  1. Hartley Wines Estate: The estate has a holiday cottage which can be booked through their website. 
  2. The Grange Estate: The estate has 3 holiday cottages and a site for camping. Enquiries for prices can be made through the Estate’s website. 

Do the vineyards in Hampshire have restaurants?

Yes, some of the vineyards in Hampshire have restaurants. Some of the vineyards in Hampshire that have restaurants are listed below.

  1. Leckford Wine Estate: The vineyard has a café that is open for breakfast and lunch. The restaurant serves a wide variety of seasonal food for visitors to choose from. Prices on the restaurant’s menu start from at least £3.95. 
  2. Hambledon Vineyard: The vineyard has a pop up restaurant that runs for a limited time. Booking a table at the restaurant is required. Lunch at the restaurant costs £50 per person and dinner £75. 

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