Sounds great, thanks very much.
The Vineyard looks great.
Just to add to te collective wisdom. We have just returned from a weekend in Brighton. We ate at Plateau which is a natural wine place near the lanes. Really rated the place for a wine fun evening, although the jury’s out on natural wines there plenty to try and great service.
We visited Ridgeview which was very good.
What about sunny rural Dorset and FurleighEstate outside Bridport, Steven Spurriers project is over the hill and en route you have Lnghams at Milborne St Andrew…
There was an article in yesterday’s Times (Weekend section, pages 2 & 3, followed by Jane MacQuitty selecting her best English bottles on page 4) with 20 British vineyards listed, which may be interest. It is behind a pay wall, link here.
She chose two TWS offerings in her selection:
For the last few years I have been hosting “Walking & Wine Tasting” holidays for HF Holidays, a co-operative organisation that has been organising (mainly) walking holidays for over 100 years. The holidays involve a four to six mile walk followed by a tour and tasting at an English vineyard, in Sussex or Dorset, with full-board accommodation. Details can be found on HF’s web-site. There are two holidays in Sussex in July 2019…