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A Welsh Vineyard offering a unique vineyard experience with the stunning backdrop of the Snowdonia National Park. First planted in 2012, the vineyard has grown each year to over 2 acres with 2000 vines with plans to plant a further 7000 vines over...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Llangwstenin | Llangwstenin Hall, Llandudno Junction LL31 9JF, Wales
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What a fab way to learn about the hard work that goes into wine making . Brilliantly lead around the vineyard by the happy Sarah a lady with a wonderful enthusiasm for the wine business , she was interesting and very descriptive in explaining the...More
We just spent a very pleasant afternoon tasting wines and learning about what makes this corner of Wales so good for growing quality vines, including climatic phenomena. The cheese platter we had afterwards was lovely and all four of the wines we tasted were quite...More
We had a fabulous afternoon. We learnt so much, the manager was knowledgeble, interesting, enthusiastic and friendly. She is certainly an asset to the vineyard.
The wine was excellent and the locally source food topped off our visit.
The most informative and least stuffy vineyard tour we have had in a very long time. The wines are superb, as confirmed by the many national and international awards.
The food is also excellent and served in a charming modern orangery, with a stunning view....More
A very interesting introduction about the development of this vineyard, delivered with enthusiasm and explanation of the decisions made and learning from the decisions.
It is quite a complex process and not a straightforward "Pick the grapes and make the wine" process. We learnt how...More
I'll start by saying that both myself and my husband know absolutely nothing about wine but I was given a voucher for my birthday for a vineyard tour, wine tasting and Welsh grazing board. So we went along not really knowing what to expect. They...More
We have passed and seen Gwinllan many times from the A55 and noticed their vines. This prompted us to make a visit, so we booked for the tour, with wine tasting and afternoon tea, with a glass of their superb Sparking Wine.
The tour given...More
We went to a cheese and wine evening at the vineyard itself. Fantastic local cheese and crackers with some phenomenal Welsh wine accompanied by some really interesting chat from the most enthusiastic yet least pretentious wine maker you could wish to meet. Great evening, highly...More
We spent a lovely afternoon (approx 2 hours) on an organised wine tasting and vineyard tour. We arranged a taxi to take us and collect us. Fascinating information given by Colin about the business. We tasted 4 small samples of their wine and at the...More