Camel Valley has been producing world class wines in the Cornish countryside since 1989. Bacchus and Pinot Noir varieties are planted at their idyllic vineyard near the famous Camel River. A combination of traditional vineyard practices and a modern approach to wine making produces a number of fine wines.
"England's oldest commercial vineyard, Hambledon comprises over 200 acres spread over numberous vineyard sites. Each vineyard is planted with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier – the three grape varieties most commonly used in the production of Champagne."
Furleigh Estate is 85 acres of vineyard, lakes and grazing land surrounded by woodland. The area is teaming with wildlife; buzzards fly overhead; deer, pheasants and partridge roam the vineyard, while heron fish regularly from the lakes to which our resident geese return each Spring.