4 Beautiful Vineyards to Visit in Wales
14th July 2015
Set in the middle of the Wye Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the vineyard is blessed with its own unique meso-climate, surrounded by tree topped hills on all sides, with the famous Brecon Beacons to the north.
Glyndwr Vineyard is the oldest established and largest vineyard in Wales. Planted by the current owners in 1982, the estate comprises over 6,000 vines, grown on gently south-east facing slopes in the heart of the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan.
Tours are offered at the Vineyard, which includes a complementary glass of sparkling white or rosé with canapés. Sit in the heart of the vineyard and enjoy a glass of bubbly in the stunning Welsh countryside.
The Welsh wine, Organic Vineyard set in the heart of Monmouthshire. A tranquil place to visit with great scenery and fantastic Welsh sparkling wine. Wernddu is a friendly, family-run business and welcomes guests to check out their winery and vineyard and learn more about Welsh wine first-hand from their winemaker. They also have a friendly herd of alpacas!
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