A warm welcome to Renishaw Hall and Gardens.

Whether you are a first time or seasoned visitor, Renishaw Hall is a truly beautiful place to visit.

Renishaw has been in my family for nearly 400 years and generations of Sitwells have made their mark on the architecture, gardens and wider estate which comprise Renishaw and so much of what you see on your visit. I hope you will thoroughly enjoy your time at Renishaw now it is under my care and still very much a family home.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Renishaw Hall’s vineyard was planted by Alexandra Sitwell’s father, the late Sir Reresby in 1972. Up until 1986 it was certified the most northern vineyard in the world, 53 degrees 18 minutes north.


A vineyard tour at Renishaw gives you a fascinating insight into the running of the vineyard and the cycle of winemaking. Kieron Atkinson, our award-winning winemaker, takes the tours around the vineyard which includes the chance to sample the delicious, medal-winning still and sparkling wine we produce. Please see opposite for the latest public tour dates, which take place on selected Sundays during the main open season, at noon and 2pm.


Private tours for groups of 12 and over can also be booked, perfect for group outings, birthday parties and special occasions.  To book a public or private group tour, contact Kieron Atkinson at kieron@englishwineproject.co.uk or by visiting www.englishwineproject.co.uk.


Tours cost £12.50 per person and last approximately an hour and a half, including wine tasting. Pre-booking essential. Find out more at www.englishwineproject.co.uk

Vineyard 2020 Tour Dates, at noon & 2pm:

  • 17th May
  • 7th June
  • 28th June
  • 19th July
  • 13th September
  • 27th September

Where to buy Renishaw Wine

Renishaw Hall’s award-winning wines are on sale in the Visitor Centre, open Monday to Sunday during the open season. Enjoy a glass with your meal at the Café at Renishaw Hall during open hours (Wed to Sun in season). The wines are also available on line at http://www.englishwineproject.co.uk

Wine Tasting Notes

Walled Garden White

Appearance – water white in appearance with flashes of gold


Aroma – gooseberry, peach, orange and lemon zest


Taste – smooth soft mouth feel – hints of orange and citrus fruit


Conclusion – nicely balanced fresh acidity balanced with English summer fruit, a UKVA award winner two years in a row, more awards are sure to follow. Decanter Bronze

Classic Red

Appearance – Bright cherry red


Aroma – Fresh red fruits of cherries and strawberries, hints of liquorice and pepper


Taste – Soft ripe tannins combine with an attack of soft summer fruits of cherry and raspberry.


Conclusion – a lingering finish that fills the mouth with fruit and a balanced tannic aftertaste.

Walled Garden Rosé

Appearance – Bright salmon pink


Aroma – vibrant strawberries, raspberries and ripe red apple


Taste – Rich, ripe fruit, balanced with great acidity


Conclusion – A crowd pleaser loved by all that try it!

White Sparkling

Appearance – fine small bubbles and light mousse with a light straw hue


Aroma – hints of lemon zest and brioche


Taste – firm acidity provides great structure to a young vibrant clean sparkling wine with hints of citrus and freshly baked biscuits.


Conclusion – The 2011 won a Decanter World Wine award and this is equally as good if not better – buy it now to avoid disappointment.