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Welsh Vineyards

Whether you’re after a vineyard tour or just fancy sampling the goods, these are the Welsh vineyards that you need to know about.  Check websites for tour details and opening hours. Advanced booking is advisable and in some cases a must.  


  • Tŷ Croes Vineyard
    The vineyard covers two and a half acres of vines that have now been turned into delicious Welsh wines. Producing white wines from Phoenix and Seyval Blanc, and Rondo which is red, you can pop in for a tour of the vineyard and you can have a tipple tasting too.
  • Pant Du Vineyard
    Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard has been planted on the south facing glacial slopes of the beautiful Nantlle Valley.

    Selling wine, cider, apple juice, and spring water, it’s a family-run business with a café on site. Tours, private parties and wine tastings are available.

  • Penarth Vineyard
    Situated on a unique riverside location in Powys, they say their Welsh wine is unique because they grow varieties which are believed to be unsuitable for the climate, yet the grapes face the elements giving them a richness of flavour and depth of character.  You can make an appointment to visit the vineyard, or visit, Quince’s, their delicatessen in Newtown, to sample their wine, or indulge in chocolates and local produce.

  • Kerry Vale Vineyard
    Planted in 2010, the vineyard covers six acres of farmland in Churchstoke. The land it’s situated on was once part of the ancient Roman site of Pentreheyling Fort, and pottery found on the site is displayed in the vineyard shop.

    You can visit the vineyard for tours from June to September, scheduled for every Saturday and Sunday throughout the season, plus bank holidays and occasional midweek times. They also take bookings for group tours at other times by special arrangement. 

  • Llaethliw Vineyard
    A new, family run vineyard, the first grapes were picked in October of 2013 and the first 2000 bottles of white, red and rosé came in May 2014.  Llaethliw Vineyard is situated on the coastal plain at the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains in Neuaddlwyd, Aberaeron, on the West Coast of Wales.

    The winery, shop and café/restaurant are under development. 

  • Jabajak Vineyard 

    Previously a working farm and stables Jabajak has been converted and restored into a restaurant with bed and breakfast accommodation, set within a vineyard. Self guided, guided and private tailored tours available, including cellar door and lounge tastings.


  • Cwm Deri Vineyard
    A working smallholding which first opened to the public in 1992, Cwm Deri is surrounded by the Pembrokeshire National Park.  Taste their wines and liqueurs and sample home-cooked food in the conservatory restaurant.

  • Meadow View Vineyard
    Benefitting from the rich clay loams of the Vale of Glamorgan and the relatively frost free environment, Gwin y Fro (Wine of the Vale) is produced from grapes grown at the family-run vineyard. Vineyard tours by appointment only.


  • Glyndwr Vineyard
    With more than 6,000 vines, Glyndwr Vineyard is said to be the oldest established and largest vineyard in Wales, planted by the current owners in 1982. Group tours and wine tastings are available and you can buy the wine from the cellars by appointment, abd they offer bed and breakfast in the cottage. 
  • Llanerch Vineyard
    A restaurant, bistro and boutique hotel with self guided and guided vineyard tours, tastings and cookery classes available. They say the south facing slopes in the Ely Valley offer the perfect conditions to produce their very own Cariad Welsh wine, including estate dry white and medium dry wine.
  • Parva Farm Vineyard
    Situated on a south facing slope in the beautiful Wye Valley, Parva Farm Vineyard overlooks Tintern and its historic Abbey. The vineyard produces award-winning wines, meads and sparkling wines for all occasions. The farm is open year-round for visiting where you can enjoy a tour of the vineyard and sample the wine. Guided tours available May-September, booking in advance is essential.
  • Ancre Hill Estates
    Set in the middle of the Wye Valley, the vineyard has its own unique meso-climate, surrounded by tree topped hills on all sides.  You can visit Ancre Hill estates and sample the wine and there are guided vineyard tours. For more information:
  • White Castle Vineyard
    The family-run five acre vineyard is planted on a gentle south facing slope in the village of Llanvetherine close to the towns of Abergavenny and Monmouth. Visitors can enjoy tours followed by a tasting on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays and Monday and Thursday by arrangement.
  • Sugar Loaf Vineyards
    Nestled at the foot of the Sugar Loaf Mountains, the vineyard enjoys panoramic views over the Usk Valley. There are seven varieties of grapes planted on five acres of south facing slopes. Self guided and pre booked guided evening tours offered.
  • Wine Trail Wales
    Twelve award-winning Welsh vineyards have grouped together to create a Welsh Vineyards Association.  Many offer tours and tasings as part of Wine Trail Wales. 


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