As the soil and climate are similar to Alsace, the grape variety of Bacchus was first planted in 1989. This produces fruity, aromatic wines of high quality which have won medals both regionally and nationally. In 2015 Pinot Noir grapes were planted and in 2016 Pinot Meunier and Seyval Blanc. The wine is made at New Hall Vineyard, ‘wine maker of the year 2012 and 2015’.
Our newly refurbished, Anne of Cleves Barn is available for wedding ceremonies and receptions between 1st April and 31st October each year. An impressive Grade 1 listed brick and tile barn, it was built when the estate was owned by Anne of Cleves following the annulment of her marriage to King Henry VIII.