East Anglia Vineyards
We have more than 30 member vineyards, ranging from less than a hectare to over 30 hectares. Vineyards are displayed on the map - or in list format below.
Select the vineyard for further details such as location, contact details and whether wine is available for sale at that vineyard or if the vineyard is open to the public.
Our Member Vineyards
Giffords Hall a family run vineyard located in the village of Hartest between Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury. We produce a full range of English wines: A superb East Anglian Sparkling, award winning rosé, aromatic Bacchus and a wonderfully fruity red Pinot Noir blend. We hold regular Events and Open days. Our cellar door shop is open Friday and Saturday though the season.
Nestled between the picturesque villages of Old Warden and Cardington, vines were first planted on this beautiful Bedfordshire field in medieval times by monks at the Cistercian Abbey of Warden. Centuries later the Whitbread family re-planted the monks ‘Lyttel’ vineyard in 1986 and went on to produce award winning wines right up to their last vintage in 2008.
We produce regional, quality still and quality sparkling wines, which are dry to medium-dry, and we recommend that you serve them slightly chilled – they are delicious on their own as an aperitif, and complement perfectly summer salads, fish and sea-food dishes.
"Wyken Vineyards' seven acres lies on sandy loam over chalk on a south-facing slope. Planted in 1988 it averages some 12,000 bottles a year. Visits to the vineyard are free. The wines can be bought in our shop and 'Good Food Guide' restaurant."
Saffron Grange, a family run vineyard is located just outside of Saffron Walden, North Essex.
Based in the sunny and sheltered Waveney Valley in south Norfolk, Winemaker, Ben Witchell crafts wines using a blend of innovation and a respect for tradition. Open from May 2017 for tours and tastings by appointment.
The Chilford Hall Vineyard is one of the largest in East Anglia . 18 acres are planted on a south-west facing slope, and originally planted 30 years ago. The winery has modern stainless steel tanks, a pneumatic press and some wines are barrel fermented. The vineyard produces fine wines, some oak fermented
New Hall Vineyard is an English Wine Producer with over 65 hectares of vines and is one of the oldest and largest in the Country. It was first established by the Greenwood family, in the Essex village of Purleigh, back in 1969.
Planted in 1985, Thelnetham Vineyard is one of the earlier English Vineyards. It is a hobby vineyard run by Neil and Nicola Gillis in their spare time. However, hobby probably underplays it a little since with 1,400 vines and an average production of around 3,000 bottles a year it is a fairly major pasttime.
West Street Vineyard brings the New World wine experience to East Anglia. Opening spring 2013 at West Street’s boutique micro-vineyard in Essex. The visitor centre will include a dedicated wine wall for automated tasting to showcase the regional wines from East Anglia and offer over 20 English wines in an idyllic location in West Street, situated within the picturesque village of Coggeshall.
Family run vineyard located at Street Farm, Crowfield, near Coddenham
Just under 3 acres of Muller Thurgau, Huxelrebe and Reichensteiner planted in the early 1990s and now producing both still and sparkling wines. Winner of a national gold medal in 2011.
DJ Wines is a small and exciting new boutique winery making premium Country Wines and liqueurs, located in the heart of rural Suffolk. I have also starting to make a small range of grape wines which we plan to extend over the coming years
Half Hectare of grapevines including Rondo, Regent, Accolon, Orion and Phoenix. Wines prodeced by Shawsgate Vineyard, Suffolk. The vineyard is not open to the public but wines may be purchased in several local Farm Shops
Bardfield Vineyard is situated in the centre of the Great Lodge estate; a family owned and run farm and rural enterprise.
The farm has been in the owners’ family for many generations. Steeped in history, Bardfield Lodge, as it was formerly known, was once in the ownership of Anne of Cleves. The magnificent Grade I listed brick and tile barn was believed to be built by her in the mid sixteenth century. In 2013 it will be renovated to accommodate vineyard tours, wine tasting and weddings.The one hectare vineyard was planted in 1990 on a south facing gentle slope. As the soil and climate are somewhat similar to the Alsace region of France the decision was made to plant the varieties of Bacchus and Reichensteiner grape which are capable of producing very fruity aromatic wines of a consistently high quality.Bardfield Vineyard was the winner of the 1998 “East Anglian Wine of the Year Award” with the Bardfield Dry 1996 Vintage. Tours by appointment take place between Easter and the end of September. Sales, all year round, at the vineyard, but it is advisable to phone first ( 01371 811398)
Probably the smallest vineyard in East Anglia starting with just 140 Regent and Phoenix vines plus a handful of Muscat Bleu table grape vines, Lincoln Field Vineyard was planted at the beginning of April 2012. Our aim is to produce our own wine in genuine ‘garagiste’ style.
Knettishall Vineyard was planted by Farmer James Bucher in 2008. The Vineyard lies in the beautiful nature reserve of Knettishall Heath. The vineyard is 3 acres consisting predominantly of Bacchus, but also Auxerrois and Pinot Noir. The Vineyard is not currently open to the public, however do contact us for any information.
Oak Hill Wine Oak Hill Wine, produced by Willow House in the centre of Fressingfield, is named after a small wood behind the church. An ancient oak overlooking the vines is estimated to be over 800 years old.
Humbleyard Vineyard, Mulbarton consists of 8 acres of mixed white and red grape vines on sheltered, south-facing slopes, 4 miles south of Norwich, Norfolk.
Elysian Fields Vineyard was established in 1991,some two miles south west of the cathedral city of Ely at Bedwell Hey Farm which stands at 50 feet above sea level and the surrounding fenland at the edge of the old Island of Ely.
The South Pickenham Estate vineyard was established in 1984.
Planted with 4 grape varieties; Seyval Blanc, Muller Thurgau, Schonburger and Huxelrebe, the fruit from these vines is blended to make a dry to medium dry white wine
Located on the outskirts of Ipswich, Copdock Hall Vineyard is a mixture of rondo, bacchus and solaris grapes which produced its first bottle of wine - a rose - in the summer of 2016. Planted in April 2013, the small vineyard in Copdock sits in the grounds of Copdock Hall Tudor barn built in 1570, which was converted into a wedding and events venue by current owners Diane and Ian Evans.
Crouch Ridge Vineyard is planted on gentle south facing slopes over looking Althorne Creek & the River Crouch. The vineyard is 10 acres planted with 2 classic cool climate grape varieties, Chardonnay & Pinot Noir.
Our Vineyard was planted in 2012 with the aim of growing excellent grapes, producing fine wines and combining it with good, local food and a lovely place to sit and relax with friends and family. See our website www.crouchridge.com for open days and tours & tastings.
Tuffon Hall is a small family run vineyard based in Castle Hedingham, North Essex.