Renishaw Hall’s vineyard was planted by Alexandra Sitwell’s father, the late Sir Reresby, in 1972, and until 1986, it was certified as the most northerly vineyard in the world at 53 degrees 18 minutes north.
We offer informative vineyard tours and tastings throughout the year for groups of ten or more with tenant and winemaker Kieron Atkinson, where visitors are taken through the cycle of the vineyard followed by an informal tasting session of the sparkling and white wine produced by Renishaw Hall’s very own grapes.
The vineyard tours last approximately one and a half hours and cost £8 per person.
Public vineyard tour dates for 2013 are:
11th & 12th May - 11am and 1pm - as part of Renishaw Hall’s food and plant fair weekend
25th& 26th May -11am and 1pm - as part of English Wine Week
27th & 28th July - 11am and 1pm
17th& 18th August - 11am and 1pm - as part of Renishaw Hall’s food and plant fair weekend
7th& 8th September - 11am and 1pm
21st & 22nd September - 11am and 1pm.
The Renishaw Hall sparkling wine produced by Kieron Atkinson has won a global wine award this year, the first ever for a vineyard in this part of the UK. Buy global award winning wine from the Renishaw Hall shop, online at www.englishwineproject.co.uk or from Worth Brothers Wines, while stocks last!
Award winning Renishaw Hall wine is available to buy on site or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org