Maud Heath Vineyard is a boutique family owned and operated vineyard, nestled upon beautiful slopes near the village of Bremhill, Calne overlooking Maud Heath's causeway in Wiltshire.
Maud Heath was a widow, who provided a gift in 1474 to a trust which oversaw the construction of the causeway, allowing people dry passage from Wick Hill to Chippenham.
Planting began in 2006, it now comprises of pinot noir, pinot meunier, chardonnay, bacchus, & rondo vines. these vines currently span over 6 acres of a naturally occuring ridge.
Maud Heath Vineyard won a 2015 international bronze sommelier wine award for their bramble hill.
Maud Heath Vineyard won a bronze for their Maud Heath, Sparkling 2011 vintage at the UKVA Wessex Wine competition 2013, and two silver medals for both their still wines at the UKVA national competition 2014.
Maud Heath Vineyard win two bronze medals at the Decanter World Wine Awards, one for the Bacchus White and another for the Tytherton Red.