Vineyard Tour and Tasting for Two
- Tour a classic British vineyard
- 12 UK locations to choose
- Enjoy the history of British wine
- Learn about the growth and production
- Taste a selection of wine grown at the vineyard
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Most people would presume that wine comes from places all over the world like Spain, Italy and America, and they wouldn’t be wrong for thinking that. But did you know that a lot of wine is grown and developed right here in the UK? For many people, that answer to that would be no and if you don’t believe us, then grab this ticket and trip a trip to one of 12 UK vineyards.
Ideal for vino lovers, the Vineyard Tour and Tasting is a fantastic day out filled with fun, frolics and education! An experienced guide will show around, explaining the history of the vineyard, how they are grown and why they have chosen the grapes they have. After that, you will learn all about the production process of the wines you see in the supermarkets and restaurants. To finish off the day, you will be treated to the delicious wine developed on the vineyard you are on. Perfect.
Many vineyards have restaurants and cafes on site so you can make the most of your experience and enjoy a spot of lunch while you are there. Please note that the Oxfordshire tour features a tour of a winery and brewery with tastings for two.
When can you go?
Available on selected dates, through March to October (some locations are available throughout the year)
How long does the activity last?
This will last for around 1 – 2 hours
All participants must be older than 18 years old. A lot of walking is required.
There will be a maximum of 50 people in total in your group
Family and friends?
Unfortunately, this is activity is not suitable for spectators
This activity is weather dependant.
Shropshire – Wroxeter, Cambridgeshire – Linton, Hampshire – Shedfield, Oxfordshire – Henley-on-Thames, Cornwall – Penzance, Gloucestershire – Newent, North Yorkshire – York, East Sussex – Hastings, Kent – Tenterden, Suffolk – Framlingham, Devon – Topsham, Powys – Churchstoke.