Welsh Vine Trail
Tintern, Nr. Chepstow
The oldest vineyard in Wales, situated on a south facing slope in the beautiful Wye Valley. White, rose, red & sparkling wines, fruit wines & mead are available in the Vineyard shop.
White Castle vineyard is recognised as a top producer of Welsh wines, a small family run business situated in the Monmouthshire countryside. The 5 acre vineyard was planted in 2009 with the first harvest taking place in 2011. We believe that quality wine making starts in the vineyard. Our aim is to produce quality Welsh wine and become a top local visitor attraction.
Our Quality Welsh wines have won awards in competitions including Welsh Wine of the year through to the International Wine Challenge.
Visitor can see the recently restored 16th Century Croft Barn.
Llaethliw Vineyard is situated in the beautiful Aeron Valley, 1.5 miles from the coastal town of Aberaeron, and next to the National Trust House, Llanerchaeron. The vineyard was planted in 2009 First production is expected in 2014.
Gwinllan Conwy
Set on south side of Pydew Mountain, looking out toward Conwy Valley with the stunning backdrop of the Snowdonia National Park. Planted in 2012, with our first Red, White and Rosé wine production in 2015.
Llanerch Vineyard is a laid-back, luxurious venue located just 20 minutes from Cardiff city centre. With a restaurant, bistro, boutique vineyard hotel rooms, vineyard tours and cookery classes Llanerch Vineyard is popular with locals, day-trippers and holiday-makers alike.
Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is situated on the stunning slopes of the Nantlle Valley, Snowdonia, North Wales. Planted back in 2007 by the Huws family. Today there are nearly 8,000 vines comprising of 7 different varieties, planted on 7.5 acres of the farmland.
Our picturesque vineyard nestles in amongst the rolling Welsh hills – taste and tour in glorious surroundings whilst listening to the hum of the babbling brook.
A vineyard and cider apple orchard that forms part of three farms and woodland covering some 300 acres in the Vale of Glamorgan