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  Celebrating its 30th year, Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard, was delighted last Thursday evening to be the recipient of two major South-East business awards.  Denbies received the coveted Gatwick Diamond Business of the Year Award 2016 and the Green Business of the Year Award 2016, presented at a gala dinner for 600 guests

Harvest 2015

Friday, 30 October 2015 by

Report from the Vineyard Manager Duncan McNeill A later start to the 2015 harvest meant that the vineyard could fully benefit from the early autumn sun and indeed picking is taking place well into November for the second consecutive year. The cooler and wetter than average weather of August and September has been replaced by

Following the record breaking vintage of 2014, Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard, is now poised for yet another outstanding harvest, with predicted volumes exceeding that of 2014. Although volume predictions are high, since the middle of August, cooler and wetter conditions have been prevalent. For the third year in succession August was the wettest

As always, this is an important time of year in the development of the vineyard, here is a summary of the current status: Vine Growth & Crop – end June 2015 : Growth is moving quickly despite the recent cooler than average temperatures (apart from today 1st July). The 2015 season is now 14 days

Beekeeping report from James Boar – Denbies Beekeeper Over the last couple of months we’ve been getting hold of and assembling new hives. The bees became active early this year – towards the end of March – and are now busily making honey. We’ve just swapped two of the hives out, and moved the colonies

Producing sparkling wine is challenging and fun. It is the wine style with the most potential for interventions possible for altering the wine style during its production. After producing the base wines the wines are left to settle and rest before tasting and the final assemblage which traditionally is done at the beginning of spring.

Following the two recent incredible harvests, Vineyard Manager Duncan McNeil has prepared a report as to how these two consecutive years developed through the seasons. Compare and contrast the two years and this gives an insight into the challenges and variance’s of English wine making. 2013: A very cold period from February through until early

2015 pruning up date

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 by

Here is some Chardonnay from Yew Tree Field, pruned, tied down and ready to go for 2015.  The initial start to the 2015 pruning season has been made a lot easier by the mild weather and  combined with the cold nights has allowed the pruning canes to ripen off properly.

2014 summary from the Winery

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 by

Winery update 2014 was a wonderful year for quantity and we are now beginning to see that it was also great on quality. The 2014 wines are now nicely tucked up and resting in either full stainless steel tanks or barrels, and it is now that they begin revealing their full potential. Shortly we shall

Denbies Harvest Report 2014

Wednesday, 12 November 2014 by
Denbies Harvest Report 2014 The 2014 harvest is over! The winery handled a touch over 563 tonnes of grapes overall making it the largest harvest on record. With a mild frost free spring, a glorious summer and Autumn the grapes were not only plentiful but of a very high quality. Every single tank in the
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To Our Valued Customers

WELCOME BACK!

Please note, all areas of the business will be adhering to new social distancing government policy, thank you in advance for your consideration.  Please note, due to reduced numbers on the outdoor tour, we strongly advise booking on-line in advance, reservations may be available day thank you.

The Visitor Centre is now open, including all facilities
Indoor & Outdoor Dining/Vineyard Hotel/Outdoor tours

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Sparkling Outdoor Tour & Gallery Restaurant dinner/Afternoon Tea Hamper & Tour/Secret Vineyard Trail & Tasting

VINEYARD HOTEL is now open

CONSERVATORY RESTAURANT is open daily
Table service only/hot food available 12noon to 2pm

REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE FROM
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Selection of hot & cold drinks & snacks
Daily 10am – 4pm
Saturday 9am – 6pm/ Sunday 10am – 5pm

Please note, only food and drink purchased from Denbies may be consumed on-site

THE GALLERY RESTAURANT Open from Saturday 11 July

Open every Saturday & Sunday for lunch 12noon - 3.30pm, advance reservations only

Your English Vineyard Wedding in Surrey

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Whilst the main estate building and hotel remain closed to the public, we are happy to offer social distanced wedding viewings from Saturday 20 June.
For more information and to book a viewing, please contact Dawn@denbiesvineyard.co.uk

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