Welcome to




Denbies Wine Estate

Come and get a great insight in to wine production in the UK

The award winning Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking was founded by Sir Adrian White in 1984. The estate has since been owned and managed by the next generation White family.  It is one of the largest wine producers in the UK.  Denbies wine now competes on an international level, including multiple gold awards for both sparkling and still wine production. Enjoy a whole host of wine related events and activities including 7 miles of public footpath which trail throughout the vineyard.

We are honoured over the years to have welcomed several members of the Royal family to the estate, completing the historical connections which date back to Prince Albert in 1851. The Surrey Hills is a beautiful area to live in and while you are visiting do take advantage of the surrounding areas.  Thank you for visiting Denbies Wine Estate. If you have any questions during your visit, our staff will be very happy to assist you in any matter. We very much hope that you will enjoy your visit.

denbies-logoOur Vision:

  • To grow fresh and exciting opportunities
  • To strive for excellence
  • To strengthen our relationships

Our Logo:

  • The stars represent the fresh and exciting opportunities we can add to our already diverse products and services.
  • The hand reaching towards the stars represents our desire to strive for 5 star excellence.
  • The hand itself represents the unique and personal relationships we value with everyone involved in Denbies.


The Estate now comprises 627 acres, 200 of which are woodlands, and includes 10 estate houses.

The vineyards of Denbies Estate are situated on the North Downs, in the town of Dorking, with its famous chalky soil, in a protected valley of south facing slopes (AONB). A total 265 acres have been planted and has met the promise of producing some of the finest sparkling and table wines in Europe through repeated certification in the annual International Wine awards.

A Short History of Denbies

Thank you to Dorking Museum for sharing their images of the estate with us.