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Vineyards & Wineries in Devon

Devon Vineyards & Wineries

There are many vineyards in Devon for visitors to explore and learn about wine making. The maritime climate and moorlands of Devon help develop and protect the vineyards by giving the grapes a longer growing season.

The vineyards and wineries in Devon are a fantastic place to take families and dogs. Many of the restaurants at the vineyards in Devon specialise in locally produced food which is traditional to the area.

What are some of the best vineyards in Devon?

Some of the best vineyards in Devon produce a variety of wines which are available from their online shop. Some of the best vineyards in Devon are listed below.

  1. Lily Farm Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Budleigh Salterton, with an average rating of 5 stars. Lily Farm vineyard is open on Thursdays through to Saturdays from 10:30 am to 4 pm. Lily Farm 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 £12.95.
  2. Dalwood Vineyard: The vineyard is located near Axminster, with an average rating of 5 stars. Dalwood vineyard opens for private tours. Dalwood vineyard produces sparkling white wine. The wine is available to buy from their online shop for at least £28.
  3. Calancombe Estate: The vineyard is located in Ivy Bridge, with an average rating of 5 stars. Calancombe Estate is open on Thursdays through to Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. Calancombe Estate produces sparkling white wine, 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.
  4. Huxbear Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Chudleigh near Newton Abbot, with an average rating of 4.9 stars. Huxbear vineyard is open by appointment Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm and Sundays from 12pm to 4 pm. Huxbear vineyard produces sparkling white wine, still white wine, and still orange wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £12.50.
  5. Alder Vineyard: The vineyard is located in Lewdown near Okehampton, with an average rating of 4.8 stars. Alder vineyard is open on Wednesdays through to Sundays from 9 am to 5 pm. Lily Farm vineyard produces sparkling white wine, still white wine, and still rosé wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £14.50. 
  6. Sandridge Barton: The vineyard is located in Stoke Gabriel, with an average rating of 4.5 stars. Sandbridge Barton is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm during the months of May through to October and from 10 am to 4 pm from November until the 22nd of December. Sandbridge Barton 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 £15.
  7. Swanaford Vineyard: The vineyard is located near Exeter, with an average rating of 5 stars. Swanaford vineyard is open on Mondays through to Fridays from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm. Swanaford vineyard produces sparkling white wine, sparkling rosé wine, as well as still white wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £13.95.
  8. Torview Wines: The vineyard is located in Beaworthy, with an average rating of 4.9 stars. Torview vineyard is open for tours on Thursdays through to Saturdays between April and October. Torview produces still rosé wine, and still red wine. These wines are available to buy from their online shop with prices starting from at least £15.

What grapes are grown in Devon?

There are several grape varieties grown in Devon. Some of the grapes grown in Devon are listed below.

  1. Seyval Blanc
  2. Solaris
  3. Madeleine angevine
  4. Pinot noir
  5. Chardonnay
  6. Pinot Meunier
  7. Bacchus
  8. Schonberger
  9. Siegerrebe
  10. Rondo
  11. Dornfelder

What wines are produced in Devon?

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

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

Which vineyards in Devon produce organic wines?

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

  1. Pebblebed Vineyards
  2. Great Loxhill Vineyard

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

There are many family friendly vineyards in Devon. Some of the best family friendly vineyards are listed below.

  1. Brickhouse Vineyard
  2. Calancombe Estate
  3. Castlewood Vineyard
  4. Dalwood Vineyard
  5. Huxbear Vineyard
  6. Kenton Park Estate and Vineyard
  7. Old Walls Vineyard
  8. Pebblebed Vineyard
  9. Sandbridge Vineyard
  10. Swanaford Vineyard
  11. Ten Acres Vineyard
  12. Torview Wines
  13. Venn Valley 

Are there any dog friendly vineyards in Devon?

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

  1. Alder Vineyard
  2. Brickhouse Vineyard
  3. Castlewood Vineyard
  4. Dalwood Vineyard
  5. Huxbear Vineyard
  6. Kenton Park Estate and Vineyard
  7. Old Walls Vineyard
  8. Pebblebed Vineyard
  9. Sandbridge Vineyard
  10. Swanaford Vineyard
  11. Ten Acres Vineyard
  12. Torview Wines
  13. Venn Valley 

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

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

  1. Calancombe Estate
  2. Sandridge Barton Vineyard
  3. Lyme Bay Vineyard
  4. Old Walls Vineyard
  5. Alder Vineyard
  6. Wellhayes Vineyard

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

Sandridge Barton winery and the Lyme Bay winery are among the best wineries for wine tasting in Devon. 

Sandridge Barton has both guided and self guided wine tasting of their wines at their vineyard. The guided wine tasting at Sandbridge Barton will give insight to visitors on how the grapes are grown and made into wine. The wine tasting will include at least 3 wines and two cheeses and costs at least £20 per person.

The Lyme Bay winery has a wide selection of wines and other drinks available for tasting. The staff are friendly, helpful, and very knowledgeable. Enquiries for pricing can be made through the Lyme Bay winery’s website.

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

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

  1. The winery at Pebblebed vineyard
  2. The winery at Lyme Bay vineyard
  3. The winery at Sandridge Barton vineyard
  4. The winery at Darts Farm

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

Some of the wineries and vineyards in Devon host special events. Some of the special events that are hosted at the wineries and vineyards in Devon are listed below.

  1. Live in the Vines at Alder Vineyard: The vineyard holds various live music events throughout the months of June to August. Families are welcome to this special event and can either book a table or bring a blanket to sit on the grass. 
  2. Fresh Feast at Swanaford Vineyard: The vineyard hosts a number of pop-up food events from May to September with locally produced and cooked food. 

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

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

  1. Brickhouse Vineyard: The vineyard is available for weddings for just the couple or up to 60 guests. Prices for the venue hire start from at least £1,300.
  2. Lympstone Manor: The manor house at the vineyard can be exclusively hired for weddings and private events. Enquiries for prices can be made through the vineyard’s website.
  3. Old Walls Vineyard: The vineyard has a function room suitable for parties or weddings. The venue can seat up to 48 people for a sit down meal or up to 60 for a buffet. Enquiries for prices can be made through the vineyard’s website.

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

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

  1. Vine to Wine Tour at Sandridge Barton Vineyard: The group tour can be booked from May until September on Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm. The tour costs at least £30 per person.
  2. East Devon Vineyard Tour at Lily Farm Vineyard: The group tour can be booked from May to September on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 2 pm. The tour costs at least £15 per adult and is not suitable for those with mobility difficulties or dogs.
  3. Pebblebed Vineyard Tours: The group tour can be booked on Thursdays and Saturdays from the 5th of May to the 22nd of September. The tour costs at least £30 per person.

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

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

Are there any vineyard stays in Devon?

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

  1. Kenton Park Estate: The estate offers visitors to stay at the wine lodge and vineyard shack. Enquiries for prices can be made through the vineyard’s website.
  2. Lympstone Manor: The Manor is a 5 star hotel with rooms starting from at least £316 per night.
  3. Old Walls Vineyard: The vineyard has two bedroom lodges overlooking the vineyard. Prices start from at least £300 for 2 nights.
  4. Sandridge Barton Vineyard: The vineyard has 2 houses where guests can stay suitable for 4 to 12 people. Prices to stay at the vineyard for 4 nights costs from at least £950.

Do the vineyards in Devon have restaurants?

Yes, some of the vineyards in Devon have restaurants. Some of the restaurants at the vineyards in Devon are listed below.

  1. Kenton Park Estate: The restaurant offers fresh food from the vineyard’s kitchen and therefore the menu is changing from day to day.
  2. Old Walls Vineyard: The restaurant at Old Walls is open 5 days a week serving breakfast, coffee and cake (or tea), lunches and afternoon tea. The restaurant is open  Friday and Saturdays for dinner from 6 pm to 10.30 pm with the last food orders to be made by 9pm.
  3. Lympstone Manor: The Michelin star restaurant at the Lympstone Manor has an a la carte and lunch menu. A four course meal costs from at least £95 per person.

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