Wraxall Vineyard lies on a beautiful south-facing hill with far reaching views. The vineyard was originally planted in 1974, and in the 1980s became a premier vineyard in the south west of England.
By 2005 the vineyard had fallen into disrepair. Brian Shirley and Jacky Brayton bought Wraxall Vineyard in 2007. Over a decade later, Wraxall Vineyard is again a successful vineyard growing and making award winning still and sparkling wines. They include two sparkling wines, a white and a rose, and four still wines, Bacchus, Pinot Noir Rose, Madeleine Angevine and Somerset Dry.
Wraxall Vineyard hold regular pre-bookable tours and tastings at weekends, or if you are in a group of more than ten people, you can arrange a private tour and tasting at a time and date to suit you.
Tour and Tasting Voucher: £10 Per person per day
- Guide dogs welcome
- On site parking
- Hen and stag parties permitted
- All groups welcome
- Stag Dos Welcome
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Most Recent Traveller Reviews
17 Sep 2018: Very informative, by both owners. Wine tasting was very good. Opportunities to purchase. Explanations regards how certain wines are developed. The brits discovered sparkling wines before the french??
17 Sep 2018: A great visit started with a talk on the history of the vineyard and general history of wine making very informative. Second part of the visit was the actual tasting of some superb wines six in all...
28 May 2018: We had a really lovely afternoon as part of my hen weekend at Wraxsall Vineyard. I certainly learned a lot about wine, the tasting was really fun and informative and the wine was delicious and...