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Biddenden Vineyards

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Biddenden Vineyards is Kent’s oldest commercial vineyard having been established by the Barnes family in 1969. Original plantings of 1/3 acre have now grown to 22 acres, producing award winning White, Red, Rosé and Sparkling English Wines. The...more
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Little Whatmans Gribble Bridge Lane, Biddenden TN27 8DF, England
+44 1580 291726
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Reviewed 1 October 2018

A really informative vineyard tour and a tasting of the local wines in the shop afterwards. This is a small family run vineyard, authentic and friendly. The wines are all produced on the premises, and very good they were too. The shop offered refreshments and...More

Thank Jenny A
Reviewed 26 September 2018 via mobile

Some old vine there dated back to 1970s very interesting experience just to walk around. I will totally recommend their sweet apple cider after all that’s their original good business. The wine tastes towards plain flavour, it’s worth a try though.

Thank Joe S
Reviewed 20 September 2018

After a brisk twenty minute walk through the vineyards cloaking the gentle hills you can peer through the windows at the bottling plant or watch the apples being pressed to make cider. A small wine-sampling room is combined with a shop and tearoom. Very welcoming...More

Thank kishere t
Reviewed 14 September 2018

This is a lovely place to spend an hour or so, taking a walk around the vineyards, then looking at the cider vats, and the area that the wine is made. There is a shop that sells the wine & cider that is made here,...More

Thank livelifet0thefull
Reviewed 2 September 2018

Train from London Bridge from Headcorn station and 10-15 min taxi ride to Biddenden Vineyard. Idyllic in the last of the summer sun with the vines laden with grapes ready to be harvested. Our tour guide was friendly and knowledgeable and learnt lots I didn't...More

Thank TravellerVM2015
Reviewed 1 September 2018

This small family run vineyard near Biddenden offers charity tours on Wednesday and Saturday, and informative Colin took us on a guided walk about for over hour followed by a Tasting of three of their wines. Little shop of local products and a Most enjoyable...More

Thank Maurice S
Reviewed 30 August 2018

Biddenden Vineyards turned out to be a bit smaller (family run?) establishment. There are walks in the vineyards, guided tours in the ‘cellars’ and a possibility of tasting in the shop. We were very well received, the ‘smaller scale’ actually worked in favour – and...More

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Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

A lovely little jewel in the heart of Kent. Good fun tasting the different wines and ciders.Good job I wasn't driving lol 😂😂😂's.Nice selection of goodies in the shop/tearoom to buy.

Thank Alan R
Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

What a lovely, intimate, relaxed site. We had a private tour with Barbara and she was incredibly informative and passionate about the entire wine making process. Had a lovely walk around the vineyard and factory and then had a lovely tasting session. Great wines and...More

Thank Alexhorne3
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

We didn't book a tour and so just got to walk around the vines, which wasn't too interesting. However the shop is well worth a visit - lots of local produce (good place to buy gifts). The local Ortega wine is well worth a try.

Thank Jasmine100
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Response from Wendy B | Reviewed this property |
They'd love it. Lots of space to run around, and they can see the wine making equipment all around the shop. Nice places to sit inside and outside, plenty of treats in the shop suitable for children.