Situated just over five miles from Winchester, Burge’s Field faces south and slopes gently down to the crystal-clear water of the Upper Itchen. Beneath a thin cap of gravelly clay lies a deep layer of pure white chalk dotted with hard silica flints. Hundreds of metres deep, the chalk layer acts like a sponge, storing water from the winter storms for the heat of the summer. It also does something magical – it imparts a steely minerality, like rain on black flint, to the taste of the Chardonnay – a minerality that gives our wines their fine structure and should let them age beautifully.
One of Hampshire’s finest wedding and events venues, located 15 minutes east of Winchester and 60 minutes south of London, is set in an idyllic and historical setting on the banks of the Candover Brook.
At the historic core of the Estate is Grange Park, a 600 acre landscaped park and “The Grange”, an important Grade I listed neo-classical country house. The house is no longer occupied but provides an ideal venue for wedding receptions, parties and events, both within the house and outside in the gardens.
: We are very proud and excited that The Grange, Hampshire 2015 CLASSIC and PINK wines have both won silver at the 2019 WineGB wine awards. This follows the two silver medals won by the 2014 PINK (our very first wine) in the International Wine Challenge and the Somellier Wine Awards! The results of this submission may be viewed at: