It’s Welsh Wine Week – celebrate by sampling wine grown in the Brecon Beacons

Wales has a growing number of award wining wine growers, we even have a Welsh Wine Trail

In the Brecon Beacons we are proud to have two vineyard Sugar Loaf Vineyard, and White Castle Vineyard.  What better way to celebrate Welsh Wine Week by sampling some welsh wine!

Sugar Loaf Vineyard.

© Sugar Loaf Vineyard

© Sugar Loaf Vineyard

Sugar Loaf Vineyard grow 7 varieties of grapes each with their own character to suit all palates.  Their wines have achieved Quality Status from the European Wine Standards Board and won awards in National Competitions.

They have four varieties of white wine, our special blend of red wine and sparkling wine.

You are able to take a take a self guided tour through the vineyard or why not book a whole group for an afternoon of tasting!

Don’t forget to buy some excellent Welsh wine as a souvenir of your visit. You are also able to buy from their online shop  Opening times and days vary with the seasons. find out more here.

White Castle Vineyard

© White Castle Vineyard

© White Castle Vineyard

White Castle Vineyard is a small Welsh vineyard situated near the market towns of Abergavenny and Monmouth.  You are able to tour the 5000 vines.

They have 6 different Award Winning Quality Welsh Wine including red wine, white wine and sparkling wine which are available for purchase from the Cellar Door.

Cellar door open Friday, Saturday, Sunday & bank holidays 10 – 5pm for wine tasting,
wine purchases and Gifts.

They offer a conducted vineyard tour followed by wine tasting at 3pm each day – book here. 

Enjoy!

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