Welsh Vine Trail

Parva Farm Vineyard

Parva Farm Vineyard is Wales’ oldest vineyard. It is situated on a south facing slope in the beautiful   Wye Valley, overlooking the village of Tintern & its historic Abbey. The present vineyard was planted in 1979 but it is probable that the monks from Tintern Abbey & maybe the Romans before them cultivated vines on this Welsh hillside.

Visitors may leave the crowds behind & stroll among the vines before relaxing in our wine tasting area & sampling our award winning wines.

Our farm shop, (open from 1.00pm - 5.30p.m. every day except Wednesdays) has locally produced preserves, honey & cheese as well as gifts to suit all.

Group tours followed by tutored wine tastings may be booked in advance for day or evening.
Award and competition winners
  • International Wine Challenge 2013
  • Bacchus 2011 dry white – Commended
  • English & Welsh Wine of the Year Comp. 2013
  • Ty Coch 2011 dry red – Silver & Best in Class
  • Dathliad Sparkling 2006 – Silver
  • Bwthyn Rhosyn 2012 rose – Bronze
  • Dathliad rose Sparkling 2010 - Bronze
  • English & Welsh Wine of the Year Comp. 2012
  • Bacchus 2011 dry white – Silver
  • Dathliad rose Sparkling 2008 – Bronze
  • Bwthyn Rhosyn 2010 rose - Bronze
Parva Farm Vineyard
Parva Farm Vineyard
Open every day ex. Wed. 11.30a.m.-6.00p.m.
Free car park
Wine sales & tasting
Gift shop with local produce
Vineyard tours
Hen parties welcome
Picnic table in garden
Parva Farm Vineyard,
Tintern, Chepstow,
Monmouthshire NP166SQ
t : 01291 689636
w : www.parvafarm.com
e : parvafarm@hotmail.com