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Vineyards & Wineries in Cornwall

Cornwall Vineyards & Wineries

Cornwall has a great bio-diversity with landscapes made up of woodland, valleys and long coast lines. The diverse Cornish landscape contributes to a variety of flavours within the wine produced there. Cornish vineyards produce a variety of different wines, however, sparkling wines are produced the most. 

Many of the vineyards in Cornwall are open to the public for tours and tastings. Visitors will find that many of the vineyards in Cornwall are suitable for families and visitors can even bring along their dogs. 

What are some of the best vineyards in Cornwall?

The best vineyards in Cornwall offer visitors the chance to experience the wines that the unique climate helps produce. Some of the best vineyards in Cornwall are listed below.

  1. Knightor Winery: The vineyard is located in St. Austell with an average rating of 4.8 stars. The vineyard is open Wednesday to Saturday from 11am to 4pm, and on ​Sunday from 1pm to 4pm. Knightor Winery produces sparkling white and sparkling rosé wines as well as still white, still rosé, and still red wines. These wines are all available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £17 a bottle.
  2. Trevibban Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Wadebridge with an average rating of 4.7 stars. Trevibban vineyard is open Tuesday to Saturday from 12pm to 5pm. Trevibban 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 £9.95 a bottle.
  3. Polgoon Vineyard: The vineyard is located close to Penzance with an average rating of 4.8 stars. The vineyard has seasonal opening times and their shop is open all year round. Polgoon Vineyard produces sparkling white wine, sparkling rosé wine, as well as still white wine, and still rosé wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £15.95 a bottle.
  4. Camel Valley: The vineyard is located in Bodmin with an average rating of 4.6 stars. The vineyard shop is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm. Camel Valley Vineyard produces sparkling white wine, sparkling rosé wine, as well as still white wine, and still rosé wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £16.95 a bottle.
  5. Looe Valley Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Liskeard with an average rating of 5 stars. The vineyard is open for tours and tastings from May to September. Looe Valley Vineyard produces sparkling and still white wine which are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £13.95 a bottle.
  6. Bosue Vineyard: The vineyard is located near St. Austell with an average rating of 4.5 stars. The vineyard is open only by prior appointment. Bosue Vineyard produces sparkling white wine, sparkling rosé wine, as well as still white wine, and still rosé wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop and local retailers.

What grapes are grown in Cornwall?

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

  1. Bacchus
  2. Seyval Blanc
  3. Ortega
  4. Pinot Noir
  5. Schönburger
  6. Frühburgunder
  7. Solaris
  8. Orion
  9. Phoenix
  10. Johanniter
  11. Rondo 
  12. Regent

What wines are produced in Cornwall?

Cornwall produces a variety of different wines. The wines produced in Cornwall are listed below. 

  1. Sparkling White: Some wine producers use organic methods and some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  2. Sparkling Rosé: Some wine producers use organic methods and some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  3. Still White: Some wine producers use organic methods and some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  4. Still Rosé: Some wine producers use organic methods and some of the wines are suitable for vegans.
  5. Still Red: Some wine producers use organic methods and some of the wines are suitable for vegans.

Which vineyards in Cornwall produce organic wines?

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

  1. Trevibban Mill Vineyard

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

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

  1. Knightor Winery
  2. Camel Valley Vineyard
  3. Bosue Vineyard
  4. Trevibban Mill Vineyard
  5. Polmassick Vineyard

Are there any dog friendly vineyards in Cornwall?

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

  1. Knightor Winery
  2. Polgoon Vineyard
  3. Polmassick Vineyard
  4. Trevibban Mill Vineyard

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

Some of the vineyards in Cornwall have disabled access. Some of the best vineyards in Cornwall that have disabled accessibility are listed below.

  1. Knightor Winery
  2. Polgoon Vineyard

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

The wineries at Polgoon Vineyard and Trevibban Mill Vineyard are among the best wineries for wine tasting in Cornwall. 

Polgoon Vineyard wine tasting gives visitors insight into the world of sparkling wine, from growing, to producing and then tasting it. The wine tasting includes three of the vineyard’s award winning wines. Wine tasting at the vineyard costs at least £18 per person.

The wine tasting at Trevibban Mill Vineyard is both relaxed and informative. Visitors to Trevibban Mill will be guided through the tasting notes of 5 of their wines. Wine tasting at Trevibban Mill costs at least £15 per person.

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

There are some excellent wineries in Cornwall that produce English Sparkling Wine. Some of the best wineries in Cornwall for English Sparkling Wine are listed below.

  1. Polgoon Vineyard
  2. Trevibban Mill Vineyard
  3. Bosue Vineyard
  4. Camel Valley
  5. Knightor Winery 

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

The wineries and vineyards in Cornwall hold some special events throughout the year. Some of the special events that are hosted at the wineries and vineyards in Cornwall are listed below. 

  1. Foodie Fridays at Knightor Winery: Knightor Winery hosts different street food vendors on Fridays throughout the summer months. Families are welcome to the special event.

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

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

  1. Knightor Winery: Knightor Winery has venue hire for weddings with the option of formally seating up to 90 day guests and hosting up to 150 evening guests. Enquiries for prices can be made through the vineyard’s website.
  2. Trevibban Mill Vineyard: Trevibban Mill Vineyard has venue hire available for weddings that can seat 120 guests for a sit-down reception with an additional 80 evening guests. Enquiries for prices can be made through the vineyard’s website.

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

Many of the vineyards in Cornwall have wine tours available. Some of the best wine tours available in Cornwall are listed below.

  1. Guided Tours at Camel Valley Vineyard: The public group tours are available Monday to Friday at 10:30 am. Booking the tour is required through the vineyard’s website. Tour tickets for adults cost at least £18 per person and children tickets cost at least £5 per child.
  2. Guided Tour at Trevibban Vineyard: The public group tours run from March through to the end of October on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 3pm. Visitors must book the tour through the vineyard’s website. Tour tickets cost at least £20 per person.
  3. Guided Summer Tour at Polgoon Vineyard:The public guided tours run from April through to September on Wednesdays and Thursdays, at 10.30am and 3pm, as well as Fridays at 3pm. The tour must be booked in advance and costs at least £15 per person and a child ticket costs at least £2.50 each.

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

The best time to visit the vineyards in Cornwall are the summer months between May and September.

Are there any vineyard stays in Cornwall?

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

  1. Looe Valley Vineyard: The vineyard has a holiday cottage. Booking and prices are available through a third-party website.
  2. Polgoon Vineyard: The vineyard has a holiday cottage that sleeps up to 6 people. Booking and prices are available through enquiries on the vineyard’s website.

Do the vineyards in Cornwall have restaurants?

Yes, some of the vineyards in Cornwall have restaurants. Some of the vineyards with restaurants are listed below.

  1. Knightor Vineyard: The restaurant at Knightor is called The Vine. The restaurant focuses on big flavours and offers a variety of different meal options. A plate of food will cost from at least £7. 
  2. Polgoon Vineyard: The restaurant at Polgoon Vineyard serves pizzas at their restaurant. Prices at the restaurant start from at least £10.95.

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